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Noteworthy News – November 14th, 2011


Ripples from Europe starting to hit US shores - MSNBC

Whose Economy Has It Worst? – Wall Street Journal (Nouriel Roubini)

How Walmart Is Changing China – The Atlantic

‘Shadow inventory’ of homes could topple real-estate recovery – Miami Herald

The Toll on Parents When Kids Return Home – Wall Street Journal


Markets rise but contagion fears spread to Spain - Telegraph

Fear of Contagion Rocks Markets – New York Times

After Europe Change, Time for Market to Focus on US Economy - CNBC


Legends of the Fail – New York Times (Paul Krugman)

Too Big to Fail, Too Big to Save – Slate

Central-bank lending to government serves a valuable, though risky, purpose - Economist

Fed Vice Chairman Yellen Says Forceful Action Needed to Curb Europe Crisis – Bloomberg


Fed to Conduct Round of Bank Stress Tests – Time

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