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Noteworthy News – May 3, 2010


The Federal Debt: How To Lose A Trillion Dollars- NPR

EU, IMF agree $147 billion bailout for Greece – Reuters

Losing faith in the euro zone? – Reuters

FDIC concerned with swaps rules in Democrats’ bill – Reuters


Lower Wages, Lack of Job Opportunities Means More Americans Delaying ‘Adulthood’- Science Daily


Consumers Help Drive U.S. Economy to 3.2% Growth Rate – New York Times

Economists: The stimulus didn’t help – CNN Money

Payrolls Probably Grew as Recovery Spread: U.S. Economy Preview – Bloomberg

QUOTEBOX-Buffett, Munger mull Goldman, regulation, economy – Reuters


Stocks eye jobs, Greece and Goldman – Reuters

Gold hits 2010 highs in flight to safety – Reuters


Goldman may face Justice Department review – Washington Post

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