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Noteworthy News – September 27, 2010


Warren Buffett: “We’re still in a recession” - Reuters

Bernanke Says U.S. Economic Growth Too Slow Even With Fed Bond Purchases – Bloomberg

Irish Double Dippyness Fuels Debt Market Worries – Wall Street Journal

The China Superpower Hoax – TruthDig

That ‘Official’ Poverty Rate? It’s Much Worse than You Think – Alternet


Silver Hits 30-Year High as Gold Tops $1,300 - Money News

China grapples with a huge potential export: its currency – Economist


The Biggest Issue of 2010, In One Chart – Political Calculations

On the Secret Committee to Save the Euro, a Dangerous Divide – Wall Street Journal

Budget Gap Means Extending Tax Cuts a Bad Idea, Greenspan Says – Bloomberg


New Proof Wall Street Knew Its Mortgage Securities Were Subpar: Clayton Execs Testify – Huffington Post

Volcker Says the ‘Financial System Is Broken’ - New York Times

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