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Noteworthy News – July 9, 2012


Towards a sustainable recovery – Chicago Booth

Map of the Job Market – Political Math Blog

The Great Abdication – New York Times (Krugman)


Lobster: Now Cheaper Than Deli Meat – Time

The Dangers of Negative Interest Rates - Wall Street Journal

Mortgage rates fall to record lows – LA Times


Is the Fed pushing on a string? – Economist

Britain’s Hidden Hunger Puts Spotlight On Cameron Budget Cuts – Bloomberg


The LIBOR scandal: The rotten heart of finance – Economist

Bank of England’s Tucker to testify on rate rigging row – Reuters

Barclays to ask Diamond to cut pay-off – Telegraph

Unofficial Problem Bank list declines to 913 Institutions – CalculatedRiskBlog

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