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Noteworthy News – June 27, 2011


Why So Glum? Economic Optimism Dims – NPR

Bridge Comes to San Francisco With a Made-in-China Label - New York Times

Why the Jobs Situation Is Worse Than It Looks – US News

How it went so wrong in America – Salon


How the mortgage industry lies with statistics – Reuters

Coughs and sneezes: A Greek default could precipitate defaults in other euro-area countries - Economist

Asian Stocks Fall, Led By Banks - Bloomberg


Enter the dragon ‘to save the euro’ – The Telegraph

All hail the progressive consumption tax! - Economist

To default, or not to default? - Economist


The Magnetar Trade: How One Hedge Fund Helped Keep the Bubble Going -Propublica

Bigger, Safer, More Regulated – Slate

Central bankers: Big banks must keep more capital - MarketWatch

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