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Noteworthy News – March 28, 2011


China’s Ghost Cities - Dateline

It’s 2026, and the Debt Is Due – The New York Times

Japan: The Business Aftershocks – Wall Street Journal

Detroit’s Population Crashes – Wall Street Journal


Dollar rallies as focus shifts to U.S. rate outlook – Reuters

10 Most Bizarre Economic Bubbles in History – Business Pundit

US Buying Of Japanese Stocks Likely Sparked Yen Surge – Wall Street Journal


Anti-malaria bed nets v F-35s - Economist

Fears rise that Japan could sell off U.S. debt – The Washington Times


‘A Costly Defeat for Deutsche Bank’ – Spiegel Online

4 Wall Street Banks Still Dominate Derivatives Trade – New York Times/DealBook

In Prison for Taking a Liar Loan – New York Times

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