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Noteworthy News – November 21, 2011


U.S. Birth Rates Hit Record Lows: Is It the Economy? – Time

How the top 1 percent made its money in two charts - Washington Post

7 Charts That Sum Up Our Jobs Mess - Motley Fool

25 college majors with the highest unemployment rates – CBS Money Watch

25 college majors with lowest unemployment rates - CBS Money Watch

Paying Students To Quit Law School – Slate


Fed Now Largest Owner of U.S. Gov’t Debt—Surpassing China – CNSNews

Housing Wins Higher FHA Mortgage Limits – Bloomberg

Housing Starts in U.S. Declined 0.3% in October – Bloomberg

Contagion grips euro zone debt markets - Reuters


How we can succeed through supercommittee’s ‘failure’ – Washington Post

Financial Repression Redux – IMF

Federal debt tops $15 trillion: Total increased $56 billion in one day – Washington Times

ECB Has Secret 20 billion Euro Bond-Buying Limit: Report – MSNBC


Closing Wall Street’s casino - Reuters

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