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Noteworthy News – May 14, 2012


A Generation Hobbled by the Soaring Cost of College – New York Times

Easy Useless Economics – New York Times (Krugman)

European economy guide – Economist

China’s economy has yet to bottom – MarketWatch


200 Year Supply of Oil in Green River Formation – Carpe Diem

Is the Stock Market Dead? ‘There Is No Trust Out There’ – CNBC

The great realtor rip-off - Economist


Obama Winning Investors by 49%-38% Against Romney in Poll – Bloomberg

Yes, there is austerity – Economist


More federal regulation? JPMorgan case bolsters critics of banking system – CS Monitor

Is JPMorgan “too big to manage”? – Reuters

Moody’s Issues Capital Warning to Global Banks – Financial Times

Spanish Banks: Too little and very late – Economist

Spain nationalizes nation’s fourth largest bank as economic crisis deepens, bailout fears grow – Washington Post

Banks prepare for the return of the drachma – Reuters

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