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Noteworthy News June 6th, 2011

Economy:

Analysis: Stalled economy, less stimulus ahead – Reuters

Will the Fed do QE3? – Washington Post

As Condos Fill, Retail Space Remains Vacant - New York Times

Half of Last Month’s New Jobs Came from a Single Employer — McDonald’s – The Weekly Standard

Markets:

As ice caps melt, Russia stakes its claim to oil-rich Arctic – CS Monitor

Dow Falls in Longest Slump Since 2004 Amid Concern About Economy - San Francisco Chronicle

Corporate Bonds Roll With Rates Still In Check – Wall Street Journal

Brazilian Barbecue Cheaper in U.S. Shows Strong Real Takes Toll – Bloomberg

Politics:

How to Fix the Postal Service? – Freakonomics

The Facts about the Government’s Medicare Cost Projections – Reason.com

Attention Marxists: Labor’s Share Of National Income Drops To Lowest In History – Zero Hedge/Rosenberg

The Hollywoodification Of Presidential Politics – NPR

Banks:

Why Bankers Need to Be Put Into Little Boxes – Harvard Business Review

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