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Noteworthy News – November 12, 2012

Economy:

US Recession Probabilities – St. Louis Fed

Jim Rogers: Global economic shocks coming in 2013-2014 [Video] – RT

What Really Happens When a City Makes Its Transit System Free? - The Atlantic

Foxconn Sees New Source Of Cheap Labor: The United States – Forbes

Markets:

Stocks Plunge 2% After Election, Dow Skids 300 – CNBC

Eight companies sued by N.J. for post-Sandy price gouging – NJ.com

Should Science Majors Pay Less for College Than Art Majors? – The Atlantic

Politics:

Going Over The Fiscal Cliff Isn’t The Problem, It’s The Solution – Business Insider (Peter Schiff)

US Set to Restage Greek Tragedy – Spiegel

Banks:

London to lose title of world’s finance capital, study warns – The Guardian

How much capital did banks opt to hold when they had the choice? – Economist


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