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Noteworthy News – November 18, 2013

Economy:

Youth unemployment could tear Europe apart, warns WEF – Telegraph

Alcohol Obesity and Smoking Do Not Cost Health Care Systems Mone- Forbes

Monetary policy has not been ultra-loose – Economist

China’s Going To Get Old Before It Gets Rich – NPR

The Money Trap – New York Times

Markets:

Property in China: Even big developers and state-owned newspapers are beginning to express fears of a property bubble - Economist

How We Can Stop Hospitals From Over-Billing – HuffingtonPost

Germany’s hyperinflation-phobia – Economist

Politics:

U.S. Doesn’t Have a Spending or Deficit Problem - Real Clear Politics

GOP’s ignorance of economics: Even more dangerous than realized – Salon

Banks:

Banks to repay 3.6 billion euros of crisis loans: ECB - Reuters

Moody’s cuts ratings of three big US banks - CNBC

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