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Noteworthy News – June 21, 2010


Saturday Word: Politics of Jobless Claims and the Oil Spill – New York Times

Obama: ‘To rebuild America’s economy, rebuild America’ - USA Today

Yuan Unshackled May Strengthen China’s Shift to Domestic Demand for Growth – Bloomberg

Obama Urges G-20 Leaders To ‘Safeguard and Strengthen’ Economy – Wall Street Journal

Crude Politics – Wall Street Journal


Poll: Americans more concerned with economy, jobs than oil spill – USA Today

Is the global economy slowing already? – MarketWatch

U.S. Economy: Recovery Creates Few Jobs, No Inflation – Bloomberg

These Below-the-Radar Indicators May Signal Growth – Bloomberg


CREDIT MARKETS: High-Grade Issuance Picks Up Amid Broad Gains – Wall Street Journal

Moody’s Downgrades BP Again, Markets Shrug – Wall Street Journal

Not Bad Is Good Enough For Markets As Stocks Gain,Euro Surges – Wall Street Journal

Dubai Stocks Gain Most in 10 Weeks as Mideast Shares Rally on Europe, Oil - Bloomberg


EU to test banks for slower growth; markets rally – Reuters

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