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Noteworthy News – November 7, 2011

Economy:

Fed Says Economy Has Picked Up While Still Detecting ‘Significant’ Risks – Bloomberg

Can Anyone Really Create Jobs? – New York Times

Growing Economies, Stagnant Wages – The Lowdown

32 Ways Of Looking At Unemployment, In One Chart - NPR

Markets:

Bond Yield Hits Historic Low: 0% – Time

Traders like sound of ‘Bernanke Put’ - Financial Times

Junk Bonds Lead Company Debt to Top Month of ’11: Credit Markets - SF Gate

Gold Traders More Bullish as Debt Crisis, U.S. Economy Spur Bets on Gains – Bloomberg

Politics:

When Governments Pay People To Have Babies – NPR

Spectator’s Guide to the Euro Crisis – New York Times

Japan keeps market edgy after nearly $100 billion intervention – Reuters

Central Bank Weighs in With Surprise Cut – Wall Street Journal

Easy Money: It’s a Global Thing - Barron’s

Banks:

What caused the financial crisis? The Big Lie goes viral – Washington Post

Bernanke and Banks Tested by Latest Market Strains – Wall Street Journal

Wall Street’s resurgent prosperity frustrates its claims, and Obama’s - Washington Post


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