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Noteworthy News – March 15, 2010

Politics:

Fed gets new oversight powers under Dodd bill – Reuters

“No need” for Greek bailout decision – German finance minister - Reuters

China’s Wen Rebuffs U.S. Calls for Stronger Currency – Bloomberg

Politics, shaky economy create no rush to restructure Fannie and Freddie – Washington Post

Economics:

Gold’s cross-currency strength signals its evolution – Reuters

Mission far from accomplished: Another week, another set of central bank meetings and more to digest for investors on monetary policy and the withdrawal of crisis liquidity – Reuters

Best Jobs in America – Focus

Unemployment tops 20% in eight California counties – LA Times

American Spender – FastCompany.com

Dollar Will Retain Reserve Role If Markets Stay Sound, S&P Says – BusinessWeek

Markets:

Optimism Arises After Year-Long U.S. Stock Surge: Chart of Day – Bloomberg

Apax, Private-Equity Firms Say Retail LBOs Return With Recovery – Bloomberg

Money Rates Rising Signals Treasury Losses as Fed Prepares Exit – Bloomberg

JPMorgan, Citigroup Helped Doom Lehman, Report Says - Bloomberg

Lehman report casts auditors in poor light – Financial Times

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