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Noteworthy News – October 28, 2013


Debtors’ prison: The euro zone is blighted by private debt even more than by government debt – Economist

How will shutdown furloughs affect the October jobs numbers? – Washington Post

The economics of interstellar flight – Economist

The World’s Worst Spendthrifts? Not Who You Think - Bloomberg

U.S. jobless claims stay elevated, manufacturing slows – Reuters


In Fed and Out, Many Now Think Inflation Helps – New York Times

How long can central banks sustain market rally? - Economic Times


A natural long-term rate: Central banks ignore this century-old observation at their peril - Economist

The Promise Of Silicon Valley And The Perils Of Big Government – Forbes


Why Debt and Money Created ‘Out of Thin Air’ Are Necessary, Not Evil – PBS

Emerging-Market Bank Lending Conditions Tighten Further – Wall Street Journal


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