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Noteworthy News – December 5, 2011

Economy:

Looking At Unemployment By Age, Education And Duration - NPR

Young workers getting hired again – CNN Money

Jobless rate falls to over 2-year low of 8.6% – Marketwatch

Not Made in America – Common Dreams (Ralph Nader)

Rise of the TIMBIs – Foreign Policy

Nearly 50% of the Young People in Greece and Spain Are Unemployed – The Atlantic

Markets:

Economic reports, central banks’ actions fuel huge stock rally – LA Times

How Does Europe Borrow Dollars From the Fed? – CNBC

U.S. Dollar Rebounds After ISM Manufacturing Index Rises To Five-month High In November – The Street

Soros: World Financial System on Brink of Collapse - Wall Street Journal

Politics:

European leaders can still avoid the apocalypse, but only if they act boldly and quickly – Economist

Europe Leaders Take Another Run at Fixing Crisis – Bloomberg

Fed’s Fisher Says U.S. Risks ‘Social Unrest’ Amid Rising Federal Deficits - Bloomberg

China says U.S. solar ruling smacks of protectionism – Reuters

Banks:

U.S. bank stress tests aren’t stressful enough – CNN Money


 

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