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Noteworthy News – June 10, 2013


U.S. Expansion Poised for Longevity – Economist

Japan’s Economic Stimulus Gets Its Second Wind – New York Times

How America Lost Its Way: It is getting ever harder to do business in the United States – Wall Street Journal

U.S. Is Still 10 Million Jobs Away From Normal – Bloomberg


S&P raises U.S. credit outlook to stable: ‘Grand bargain’ pressure drops, analyst says – MarketWatch

In some places, homes sell in just one day – MarketWatch

Bubble-hunting: Recovering prices have yet to inflate in any big cities – Economist

How the Robots Lost: High-Frequency Trading’s Rise and Fall - BloombergBusinessWeek


Germany fears revolution if Europe scraps welfare model – Reuters

IMF: Our Greek bailout was full of ‘notable failures’ - Washington Post


Everything the IMF wanted to know about financial regulation and wasn’t afraid to ask – Vox (Sheila Bair)


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