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Noteworthy News – February 11, 2013


Harvard Losing Out to South Dakota in Graduate Pay: Commodities – Bloomberg

The Worst Five Years Since the Great Depression – Forbes

Oil Exports Trim U.S. Deficit as Fuel Gap Shrinks: Economy – Bloomberg

More Losers Than Winners in America’s New Economic Geography – Atlantic


Should the Fed pop bubbles by raising interest rates? – Washington Post

Oil price, inflation, IIP nos to guide market this week – Economic Times

Euro choppy, yen struggles to hold its ground – Reuters


Fed’s Holdings of U.S. Gov’t Debt Hit Record $1,696,691,000,000; Up 257% Under Obama – CNSNews

Chavez Risks Backlash After Venezuela Devalues Bolivar 32% – Bloomberg

ACA premium sticker shock could fuel foes – Politico

Postmaster Delivers His Challenge to Congress – Bloomberg

Dell’s Gigantic Tax Dodge – Slate


The Real—and Simple—Equation That Killed Wall Street – Scientific American

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