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Noteworthy News – March 29, 2010


Obama housing plan seeks to reduce mortgage debt – Reuters

Half of U.S. Home Loan Modifications Default Again - Bloomberg

Greek bond issue will test rescue package – Financial Times


Bernanke Says Economy Needs ‘Accommodative’ Policies – BusinessWeek

Fed’s Bullard: Economy, Jobs Improving; Banks Still Stressed – Wall Street Journal

Fox News Poll: 79% Say U.S. Economy Could Collapse – Fox News

Money DOES buy you happiness… if your friends have less of it – MailOnline


Dow eyes 11,000 as jobs data looms – Reuters

Dollar Heads for Biggest Quarterly Gain Versus Euro Since 2008 - Bloomberg

JPMorgan, Lehman, UBS Named in Bid-Rigging Conspiracy – Bloomberg


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  1. Randy Woods says

    Bankers Behaving Badly – Cheating public entities out of interest payments sounds like a juicy story.

    “If the government is saying they are co-conspirators, the government believes they have sufficient evidence that they can show they were part of the conspiracy,” said Richard Donovan, a partner at New York-based law firm Kelley Drye & Warren LLP and co-chair of its antitrust practice. Donovan isn’t involved in the case.

    That’s what I like about lawyers – they have such an impressive understanding of language.

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