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Noteworthy News – November 28, 2011


Can the Jobs-and-Income Crisis End Well? : Some economists believe that today’s grinding unemployment and slow growth are masking the transition to a vibrant digital economy – Bloomberg

The End of Work: European politicians often like to blame outsourcing for the disappearance of jobs. But in reality the work isn’t going to the Chinese — it’s going to the robots – Spiegel


Moody’s Says All Euro-Region Sovereign Ratings Threatened by Debt Crisis – Bloomberg

Bond market hammers Italy, Spain ponders outside help – Reuters

Emerging Stocks at 35% Discount Luring Goldman as Rates Drop – Bloomberg


The Euro Area Is Coming to an End: Peter Boone and Simon Johnson – Bloomberg

An Avoidable Crisis – The New Yorker


Secret Fed Loans Helped Banks Net $13 Billion – Bloomberg

Fixing the European bank test fiasco – The Globe and Mail


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