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Noteworthy News – January 10, 2011


Lower unemployment rate may mean people just gave up looking for jobs - LA Times

December’s Job Numbers: Do They Represent All Job Seekers? - PBS Newshour

Top 5 Economics Graphs of the Week – EconGrapher

Bernanke Economic Outlook and Monetary Policy – Bloomberg


That guy who called the big one? Don’t listen to him –

Markets Whipsawed After Jobs Report – Wall Street Journal

US jobs report can’t lift stocks; euro suffers – Reuters


What is the debt ceiling, and does the United States really need one? – Slate

Greenspan Warns of Risks From U.S. Debt – Wall Street Journal

(Government) workers of the world unite! – Public-sector unions have had a good few decades. Has their luck run out? – Economist

EURO GOVT-Periphery suffers as supply worries gather pace – Reuters

Illinois Lawmakers Propose 75 Percent Income Tax Hike – CBS News

Spending cuts, tax vote at heart of California budget plan – Reuters


Expect Even More Fees From Banks This Year - Wall Street Journal

$2.6 Billion to Cover Bad Loans: It’s a Start - New York Times

Goldman traders to leave to start hedge fund – Reuters

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