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Noteworthy News – March 26, 2012

Economy:

Where to Buy and Where to Rent Now – Atlantic

Why Don’t Young Americans Buy Cars? – Atlantic

Ireland back in recession as global slowdown hits exports – Guardian

The Best Nanny Money Can Buy – New York Times

Markets:

S&P 500 Gets 9% Cheaper – Bloomberg

Masters of the Universe Start to Challenge Ben Bernanke – Bloomberg

Spain’s bond yields keep rising as financial market jitters renew bailout worries – Washington Post

Politics:

The Villain (Why everyone loves to hate Bernanke) – Atlantic

Budget 2012: it’s about time the wealthiest generation in history gave up its tax breaks – Telegraph

Eurozone debt crisis: Germany ‘must let bailout fund grow’ – Telegraph

New graduates will have to work until 71 before qualifying for state pension – Guardian

Fed’s Bullard Sees Price Threat From G-7 Delaying Tighter Policy – Bloomberg

Banks:

MF’s Corzine Ordered Funds Moved to JP Morgan, Memo Says – Bloomberg

BoE advises banks to raise more capital urgently – Reuters

Why We Must End Too Big to Fail Now – Dallas Fed


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