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Noteworthy News – September 16, 2013

Economy:

Report Suggests Nearly Half of U.S. Jobs Are Vulnerable to Computerization - MIT Technology Review

Been Down So Long, It Looks Like Up to Me – New York Times

What we get wrong when we talk about ‘the financial crisis’ – Washington Post

Employment Down, Profits Up: The Aftermath of the Financial Crisis in 1 Graph - The Atlantic

Jobs, Debt And Home Prices Since The Crisis, In Five Charts – NPR

Did Demographics Cause 1970s Stagflation? – Bloomberg

Markets:

Yep, it’s another housing bubble – CNBC

Twitter Just Filed a Secret IPO—Why ‘Secret’? – The Atlantic

Politics:

NOW THAT SUMMERS IS OUT: Here Are The 4 People Who Could Get The Nod To Replace Bernanke – Business Insider

Spanish public debt reaches record level – BBC

Banks:

Five years after Lehman, Americans still angry at Wall Street: Reuters/Ipsos poll – Reuters

Japan retakes top spot for overseas bank lending: BIS – Reuters

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