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Noteworthy News – September 26, 2011

Economy:

Gloomy Sentiment Pervades Meeting of World Finance Chiefs – Bloomberg

Fed takes new tack to avoid U.S. economic slump - Reuters

Is Junk Food Really Cheaper? - New York Times

Diving into the rich pool: Imposing higher tax rates on the wealthy can have unintended consequences – Economist

Markets:

Stocks waver on fears of recession – Crain’s

Gold’s next hurdle is 1980’s inflation-adjusted peak – Marketwatch

Emerging central banks step up currency support - Bloomberg

Politics:

Top 10 Most Extreme Monetary Policy Moves of 2011 – Central Bank News

Saving Greece is just killing the euro zone – The Globe and Mail

Who pays what in federal taxes? – Washington Post

Banks:

How deposit insurance reduces financial stability – Telegraph

Swiss bank CEO quits over $2.3B rogue trading loss – CBCNews

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