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Noteworthy News – July 30, 2012

Economy:

Get A Job: The Craigslist Experiment – Thought Catalog

The Hangover: How Las Vegas Explains the Past and Future of the Economy – The Atlantic

What garbage can tell us about the direction of the economy — in 1 chart - Washington Post

Why Capitalism Has an Image Problem – Wall Street Journal

U.S. Growth Falls to 1.5%; a Recovery Seems Mired – New York Times

Markets:

Capital gains: American profits have been high but the trend may not last – Economist

 

Politics:

ECB thinks the unthinkable, action likely weeks away – Reuters

Carbon tax gets unusual support – CNN Money

ECB on course to act strongly or disappoint mightily – Reuters

Banks:

JPMorgan subsidiary accused of manipulating California electric market – Sacramento Bee

Barclays Sorry For Libor-Rigging As Profit Beats Estimates – Bloomberg

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