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Noteworthy News – October 10, 2011


The Depression: If Only Things Were That Good - New York Times

The Economic Reality Of Tough Immigration Laws – NPR

U.S. affluent classes dwarf China and India - Reuters

How Suburban Sprawl Works Like a Ponzi Scheme – The Atlantic

New $1.4 Trillion U.S. Stimulus Is in Sight: Douglas Holtz-Eakin – Bloomberg

Adding Jobs, but Not Many, U.S. Economy Seems to Idle – New York Times


Italy and Spain debt downgraded by Fitch - BBC

30-Year Mortgage Falls Below 4% for First Time – Bloomberg


The Ticking Euro Bomb: How a Good Idea Became a Tragedy – Spiegel

Tax the Rich, British Style – New York Times


Protesters Against Wall Street – New York Times

Moody’s cuts rating on 12 UK banks: the full report - Telegraph

Why the New Bank of America Debit Card Fees are a Good Thing - Forbes

Bank Earnings Outlook Even Worse Than Before - CNBC

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