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Noteworthy News – November 15, 2010


Why is America so rich? – The Economist

How to Make the Dollar Sound Again – New York Times

Why Japan Fell … and What It Teaches Us – Newsweek

Japan’s Economy Grows at 3.9% Annual Pace, More Than Estimates – Bloomberg

Baby Boomers: The Greediest Generation – Forbes


Ireland’s cost of borrowing soars after dramatic sell-off – Telegraph

Markets Fall for a Second Day as the Dollar Improves – New York Times

Will ETFs Blow Up & Splinter Other Markets? – Barrons


You Fix The Budget – New York Times

Deficit Plan Matches $3.8 Trillion Math With Tough Politics – Bloomberg

Ireland Is the ‘New Greece'; Japan and U.S. Next in Line for “Catastrophe”, Pento Says – Yahoo Finance

Psst! Rand Paul Was Right About Federal Pay – Newsweek


China’s Four Big Banks to Suspend Property Loans, Paper Says - Bloomberg

Wall Street Collects $4 Billion From Taxpayers as Swaps Backfire – Bloomberg

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