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Noteworthy News – November 25, 2013

Economy:

Why are we so obsessed with ‘hard work’? - New economics

Caught in a Revolving Door of Unemployment - New York Times

Never Saw It Coming: Why the Financial Crisis Took Economists By Surprise – Foreign Affairs

An Optimistic View of the United States – New York Times

Three reasons the U.S. labor force keeps shrinking - Washington Post

A universal income is not such a silly idea – Financial Times

Markets:

Demand, price for B.C. bud dropping in wake of U.S. legalization - The Globe and Mail

ECB considers negative deposit rate – Bloomberg

Politics:

What’s The Best Way To Tax Marijuana? It Depends On What You Want - NPR

 

Banks:

How can banking still be a source of scandal so long after the crash? - Guardian

US banks warn Fed interest cut could force them to charge depositors – Financial Times

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