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Noteworthy News – February 10, 2014


The Spectacular Myth of Obama’s Part-Time America—in 5 Graphs - The Atlantic

The Attack of the Robots: Economists’ Silly Fantasies – Huffington Post

 They quit their jobs, thanks to health-care law – Washington Post

US employment figures fuel fears job market recovery may have stalled - The Guardian

The global economy: The worldwide wobble - Economist

Going on 30, Living With Mom and Dad - Bloomberg


High-Speed Trading Isn’t About Efficiency—It’s About Cheating - The Atlantic

Investors Shift Record Amounts From U.S. Stocks to Bonds – Bloomberg

How ‘dark pools’ can help public stock markets - MIT News

Emerging markets need a lasting solution to cure their woes - The Star

Birinyi Sees S&P 500 at 1,900 by July as Shorts Miss Drop - Bloomberg


U.S. jobless rate forces Yellen’s hand on Fed guidance - Reuters



Spain Banks Ditch Debt in Pre-Stress Test Makeover: Euro Credit - Bloomberg


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