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Noteworthy News – December 27, 2011

Economy:

Economic growth expected for winter – MarketWatch

The Year In 4 Charts – NPR

Economic predictions for 2012: Bank of America and the other market risks – Examiner.com

Economic predictions for 2012: PIMCO’s economic forecasts for the new year – Examiner.com

Markets:

Is the Stock Market Still Fair? - Smart Money

China’s Real Estate Bubble May Have Just Popped – Foreign Affairs

Daniel Kahneman On Prediction – Curated Alpha

How Bad Ideas Worsen Europe’s Debt Meltdown: John H. Cochrane – Bloomberg

10 Trends in U.S. Housing in 2011 and What to Look for in 2012 – International Business Times

Politics:

In volatile 2011, politics, policy loomed large over markets – Reuters

China and Japan plan direct currency exchange agreement - BBC

Fed’s Once-Secret Data Compiled by Bloomberg Released to Public – Bloomberg

US Republicans in climbdown on payroll tax deal - BBC

Banks:

Huge demand for ECB’s three-year loans - BBC

The Big Lie (Did Fannie and Freddie Cause the Crisis) – New York Times

Botticelli and his bankers: Gold, God and forgiveness – Economist

 


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