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Noteworthy News – January 30, 2012

Economy:

8 industries China leads where the US used to - MSNBC

China’s very mysterious data – Telegraph

Economy improving, leading indicators say - Marketwatch

How damaging is our bonus culture? – BBC

Can the Economy Bear What Oil Prices Have in Store? – Science Daily

What future for economics? - Financial Times

The Quiet Driver of Economic Growth: Exports – New York Times

Markets:

We’ve hit “peak oil”; now comes permanent price volatility - Ars Technica

When Will Housing Hit Bottom? – Atlantic

Facebook to file IPO documents as soon as Wednesday: report – Reuters

Politics:

Is President Obama Creating A Nation Of Dependents? – Investors.com

Italy, Spain Are Among Five Euro-Zone Nations Downgraded by Fitch Ratings – Bloomberg

Banks:

How Big Banks are Rewriting the Rules of our Economy – Bill Moyers


 

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