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Noteworthy News – October 17, 2011

Economy:

Army of unemployed is now entrenched in U.S. – MarketWatch

Keynes and Hayek, the Great Debate (Part 1): Nicholas Wapshott – Bloomberg

More Americans than Chinese can’t put food on the table - Yahoo! News

A Dose of Financial Reality – The Simple Dollar

Markets:

Who’s Buying Foreclosed Homes and Why It’s a Problem - The Atlantic

Senate Triggers China Backlash as Bill Targets Yuan’s Value – Bloomberg

Politics:

G20 tells euro zone to fix debt crisis in eight days - Reuters

U.S. Deficit Increased to $1.3T in Fiscal 2011 – Bloomberg

Why Greece, Spain, and Ireland Aren’t to Blame for Europe’s Woes - The New Republic

Banks:

CHARTS: Here’s What The Wall Street Protesters Are So Angry About… - BusinessInsider

Goldman May Drop Bank Status Over Volcker Rule, Hilder Says – Bloomberg


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