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Noteworthy News – November 10, 2014


China’s high employment cause for short-term comfort, long-term concern - Reuters

China’s economic risks ‘not scary’ – President Xi Jinping – BBC

The Great Recession, Six Years Later: Uneven Recovery, Flawed Indicators, and a Struggling Working Class - Hampton Institute

Softer Escort Prices Provide Context on U.S. Jobs: Opening Line – Bloomberg

U.S. labor market tightens, but wages still anemic – Reuters


This billionaire thinks the Fed is missing the hyperinflation in the Hamptons - Washington Post

Fed to Markets: Brace for Volatility – Wall Street Journal


A passport to privilege - Financial Times

ECB door remains open to QE despite doubts over impact – Reuters


Most Wall Street firms still see Fed rate hike by June 2015: Reuters poll – Reuters

ECB has stopped daily monitoring of banks’ liquidity - Reuters

Bonus Season Brings More Pain for Traders - Wall Street Journal


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