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Noteworthy News – May 28, 2013

Economy:

More poor people now live in U.S. suburbs than cities – study – Reuters

Economic Prospects for the Long Run – Board of Governers of the Federal Reserve System (Bernanke)

China Plans to Reduce the State’s Role in the Economy – New York Times

Apple CEO Tim Cook says a line of Macs will be built in Texas – Los Angeles Times

Jobless Youth: Europe’s Hollow Efforts to Save a Lost Generation - Spiegel Online

Markets:

Up, Up and Away – New York Times

Was jittery Thursday a foretaste of another global economic crash? - Guardian

Nikkei Downtrend (1982-Present)- The Big Picture

Politics:

Who will pay more under Obamacare? Young men – CNN Money

Untangling What Companies Pay in Taxes – New York Times

Seven thrilling facts about carbon taxes from the CBO – Washington Post

Banks:

Regulating Banks the Austrian Way – Ludwig von Mises Institute

Banks’ Lobbyists Help in Drafting Financial Bills – Dealbook

 

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