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Noteworthy News – January 3, 2012

Economy:

Nobody Understands Debt – New York Times (Krugman)

U.S. Growth May Accelerate as Europe Shrinks - Bloomberg

World’s Woes Leave Lasting Scars – Wall Street Journal

I Just Got Here, but I Know Trouble When I See It – New York Times

Kotlikoff: Start Saving or Get Ready for U.S. Decline – Bloomberg

Markets:

Who Is Really Responsible for the Housing Crisis? – The Atlantic

Increase in short sales give market a little breathing room – MSNBC

Analysts predict a volatile market, moderate improvement in stocks for 2012 - MSNBC

Politics:

Europe cannot save the euro, nor save itself from the euro – Telegraph

Spain to Cut Spending, Boost Taxes – Bloomberg

Why ZIRP doesn’t work – Reuters

Banks:

Banks Trail the Market: Financial Losers – The Street

Bank CEOs Earn Big Bucks Even as Stocks Get Slammed - CNBC


 

 

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