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Noteworthy News – February 28, 2011


The Debate That’s Muting the Fed’s Response – New York Times

U.S. Economy Grew 2.8% in Fourth Quarter; Revised From 3.2% – Washington Post

The Myth of Japan’s ‘Lost Decades’ – The Atlantic

Rising Gold Output Keeps Australia in No. 2 Spot, Surbiton Says – Bloomberg

European Loan Growth Accelerated in January on Stronger Economy – Bloomberg


The Fed Is Now Creating The Third Bubble In 11 Years – Business Insider

Warren Buffett’s enthusiasm for U.S. could boost markets – Reuters


Ireland’s new government on a collision course with EU – Telegraph

USA Inc. 2010 Income Statement – Business Insider

The irony of the tragedy of the commons – The Economist


In Tribute to Wells, Banks Try the Hard Sell - Wall Street Journal


Anthony Wile – “As Long As We Have Central Banks, Devaluing Currencies, We Have Chaos!” - YouTube

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