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Noteworthy News – October 30, 2012

Economy:

Two Top Economists Predict Gloomy Start to 2013 – Fiscal Times

Spain’s Pain Seen Intensifying as Slump Deepens Plight – Economist

Highly Educated Have Biggest Debt Problems – Time

Five million paid less than living wage, says KPMG – BBC.uk

‘Gangnam Style’ Tells Economic Truth of Our Day – Bloomberg

Markets:

The Plot to Destroy America’s Beer – Bloomberg

IMF study: Peak oil could do serious damage to the global economy – Washington Post

Politics:

Robert Samuelson Takes on NYT Editorial Board: Government Does Not Create Jobs! - Center for Economic and Policy Research

Will the Czech government fall next week? – Economist

U.S. Set to Sponsor Health Insurance – New York Times

Banks:

UBS Cutting Investment Bank Seen Freeing Investors Cash – Bloomberg

9 More Banks Subpoenaed Over Libor – Wall Street Journal


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