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Noteworthy News – January 9, 2012

Economy:

The Myth of Japan’s Failure – New York Times

The zero lower bound in our minds - Economist

We Added 1.6 Million Jobs in 2011— Where Did They Come From? – The Atlantic

Yes, we’re creating jobs, but how’s the pay? – Reuters

What Is “Austrian Economics”? – And why is Ron Paul obsessed with it? – Slate

Markets:

Markets come off boil amid renewed worries over Europe’s banking sector – Washington Post

Durable during two years of crisis, the euro begins to slide - Washington Post

Investing in a ‘Fat Tail’ World – Wall Street Journal

Forget inflation: Is deflation the real threat? – USA Today

Politics:

Forget Stocks Or Bonds, Invest In A Lobbyist – NPR

Q+A: Why the Fed is publishing interest rate forecasts – Reuters

Banks:

MF Global sold assets to Goldman before collapse: sources – Reuters


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