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Noteworthy News – November 29, 2010

Economy:

Rising worker productivity, innovation boosts profits but may lessen hiring need – Washington Post

In China, Cultivating the Urge to Splurge – The New York Times

Rich Americans Ditch Home Ownership For Renting – CNBC

Fed lowers outlook for economy through 2011- Associated Press

Markets:

Jim O’Neill says the euro faces ‘black swan’ moment- The Telegraph

Proprietary Trading Goes Under Cover: Michael Lewis - Bloomberg

Dollar gains as global worries pick up steam – Marketwatch

Politics:

Europe OKs $112.53 billion Ireland bailout – MarketWatch

Europe Tries to Contain Debt Crisis - Wall Street Journal

PBOC Researcher Calls on U.S. to Sell Gold Reserves, People’s Daily Says – Bloomberg

Banks:

What Good Is Wall Street? – Much of what investment bankers do is socially worthless – The New Yorker

Restructuring banks: Don’t start from here – Economist

Eric Cantona’s ‘bank protest’ becomes internet hit - Telegraph

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