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Noteworthy News – November 26, 2012

Economy:

Retailers’ Black Friday Arms Race Backfires – Wall Street Journal

Meet the modern American family – Switchboard

Skills Don’t Pay the Bills – New York Times

Lies, damn lies and GDP: Or, how Ghana went from being one of the poorest countries in the world one day to an aspiring middle-income one the next – Guardian

Jobless Claims in U.S. Decreased Last Week to 410,000 – Bloomberg

Markets:

Micro stars, macro effects: Meet the economists who are making markets work better – Economist

Misconstruing Germany Will Prove to Be Death of the Euro – Bloomberg

$100 Bills Make Up 80% of All U.S. Currency—but Why? – The Atlantic

Politics:

Merkel rival warns of impact of Greek default – Telegraph

Economists, Obama administration at odds over role of mortgage debt in recovery – WashingtonPost

Global Report by PwC 2013. Taxes in Italy? Oh my Gosh! – Italian Allegro

Banks:

Banking must not be left in the shadows – Financial Times

 

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