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Noteworthy News – September 10, 2012


Sock City’s decline may reveal an unravelling in China’s economy – The Guardian

Share of Men in Labor Force at All-Time Low – New York Times

The Reason Why The Unemployment Rate Dropped: The Labor Participation Rate Is At Fresh 31 Year Lows – ZeroHedge

U.K. July Industrial Production Surges Most in 25 Years – Bloomberg


ECB Plan Said to Pledge Unlimited, Sterilized Bond-Buying – Bloomberg

What $3,500 gets you in SF single-family homes - SFGate

Give The Gold Standard Its Due - Forbes

U.S. Yields Rise From Lowest in a Month; Debt Tops $16T – Bloomberg

US home prices rise in July by most in 6 years – DenverPost


Fate of eurozone rests in the hands of German judges – The Guardian


Swiss bank vows to hold franc down – Financial Times

Big banks weigh risks, rewards of California’s new CO2 market – Reuters

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