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Noteworthy News – February 27, 2012


America has lost almost a decade of progress to the financial crisis – Economist

Restructuring Greece Within the Euro is Illusory – Spiegel Online

A new recession seems inevitable – CNN Money

More than 1.4 million families live on $2 a day per person – USA Today


Obama’s Dividend Assault: A plan to triple the tax rate would hurt all shareholders – Wall Street Journal

Buffett Bad Mouths Bonds And Gold, Still Expects Housing Recovery – Forbes

What High-I.Q. Investors Do Differently – New York Times (Robert Shiller)

Why U.S. Treasuries Won’t Always Be a Haven: David and Veronesi – Bloomberg

High-frequency trading seems scary, but what does the evidence show? – Economist

Get Ready for Gas Prices to Hit $5 by Summer - CNBC


Capitalism is only trustworthy once the cronies have been shown the door – Guardian

A Point of View: Making friends the shared currency way – BBC


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