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Noteworthy News – September 3, 2013

Economy:

Over 50 Percent of Food Stamp Recipients Live in the Suburbs - Atlantic

How Poverty Taxes the Brain – Atlantic

Why Aren’t There More Employee-Owned Firms? – Slate

 The rich, the poor and Bulgaria – Economist

Income Gap Grows Wider (and Faster) – New York Times

Another financial crisis looms if rich countries can’t kick their addiction to cash injection – Guardian

Why India’s Economy Is Stumbling – New York Times

Markets:

World Markets Soar On News Of Strong Manufacturing Output - BusinessInsider

 Japan’s Prices Rise Most Since 2008 in Boost for Abe – Bloomberg

Presenting The Numerous, Undisputed And Very Clear Signs That India’s Currency Was Set For An Epic Crash - ZeroHedge

U.S. Pending Home Sales Fall 1.3% in July – Fox Business

Politics:

The most qualified candidate for Fed chair isn’t Summers or Yellen. It’s this guy – Washington Post

A Carbon Tax That America Could Live With – New York Times

 India pushes ‘shock and awe’ currency plan to save BRICS – Telegraph

Banks:

Banks plan valuation of ‘natural capital’ – Wired

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