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Noteworthy News – March 9, 2015


Here Come the Employment Truthers – New York Times(Paul Krugman)

Obesity Is Hurting the U.S. Economy in Surprising Ways - Bloomberg

Economists’ Biggest Failure – Bloomberg

The Fed Knew the Economy Was a Disaster in 2009. Here’s What They Talked About Instead - New York Times


S&P 500 companies have bought back $2.1 trillion worth of themselves since the financial crisis – Business Insider

Map: The salary you need to buy a home in 27 U.S. cities - Washington Post

Japanese shares down on revised growth data – BBC


US monetary policy and the saving glut – VOX

Impacts of Obamacare insurance coverage expansion for young adults – VOX

Germany Sets Gender Quota in Boardrooms - New York Times

China, central banks are key risks this week – CNBC


European banks’ profitability gap shows big cost cuts needed - Reuters


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