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Noteworthy News – January 6, 2014

Economy:

The Business of the Minimum Wage - New York Times

How China crashed the Nafta party – Guardian

The robots are coming. Will they bring wealth or a divided society? – Guardian

Retreating U.S. stimulus poses risk to world recovery - Reuters

Markets:

Bull Market Has Years Left for Shaoul as S&P 500 Valuations Rise – Bloomberg

Treasury Yields at Almost 2 1/2-Year High as Bernanke Sees Gains – Bloomberg

Five predictions for financial markets in 2014 – DhakaTribune

Politics:

Five Economic Reforms Millennials Should Be Fighting For – RollingStone

Help the Working Poor, but Share the Burden – New York Times

Bernanke has set the stage for the Fed’s collapse -Jim Rogers – Mineweb

The Fall of France - Newsweek

IMF paper warns of ‘savings tax’ and mass write-offs as West’s debt hits 200-year high – Telegraph

Banks:

Banks as Patient Debt Investors – Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System

U.S. Bank Stocks Regain Their Allure – Wall Street Journal

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