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Noteworthy News – July 1, 2013


76% of Americans are living paycheck-to-paycheck – CNN Money

Graduate outlook best since 2008 – Independent

Why Are So Many College Graduates Driving Taxis? – Bloomberg

Chinese Manufacturing Gauges Fall as Slowdown Persists: Economy - Bloomberg

US economy’s growth rate gets a trim – NBC News


A New Period of Uncertainty and Volatility Has Begun – Slate

Asian Stocks Outside Japan Decline; Topix Climbs on Yen – Bloomberg


 Student loan rates doubling on Monday – CNN Money

Health care in America is ludicrously expensive – Economist


Property taxes: An unexploited resource – Economist

Obama has short list of potential Bernanke successors – Reuters


Irish bankers ‘hoodwinked’ government over bailout, secret recordings show – The Guardian

‘Poor English saved Japan’s banks from crisis’ – Telegraph


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