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Noteworthy News – January 31, 2011


Speeding up – The Economist

Why You Should Be Afraid Of Japan – NPR

George Soros tells David Cameron: change direction or face recession – Guardian

In U.S., One in Four Unemployed Adults in Financial Distress – Gallup

George Friedman: The China “Miracle” Is a Mirage - Yahoo! Finance

Home Prices Fell 4.3% in November From Year Earlier, FHFA Says – Bloomberg

The poor are not getting poorer – The Philadelphia Inquirer


Inflation starts to make unwelcome entrance in world’s economies – The Globe and Mail

Feeling the Heat: Comparing Global Inflation – Wall Street Journal

EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH ROBERT SHILLER: House Prices Could Fall For Years – Business Insider


How to Tax the Rich - Wall Street Journal

Financial crisis of 2008 avoidable, says US inquiry – BBC News

No Clear Strategy to Save the Euro – Dealbook

State pension + debt = big numbers - CNN


Secret to Bank’s Comeback: A Rich Uncle Named Sam – Wall Street Journal

Countrywide Accused in Lawsuit of ‘Massive Fraud’ – Bloomberg

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