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Noteworthy News – September 4, 2012

Economy:

Michael Woodford may have written the year’s most important academic paper. Here’s why – Washington Post

When Capitalists Cared - New York Times

Summertime blues: The slowdown is spreading around the world – Economist

The Euro Crisis Is Back From Vacation – New York Times

Markets:

How Volcker Launched His Attack on Inflation – Bloomberg

Fed Moves Toward Open-Ended Bond Purchases To Satisfy Bernanke – Bloomberg

Gold to Break $1,700/Ounce Level: Analysts – CNBC

Cigarettes: The Most Stable International Currency – Bloomberg

Dollar Drops As Bernanke Makes Case For More Monetary Stimulus – Bloomberg

Politics:

EU pushes 40% quota for women on boards – Financial Times

Financial crisis: the printing press has reached its limits – Telegraph

Banks:

BofA Merrill Lynch Has Looked Into Sending Truckloads Of Cash To Greece - Business Insider

Spain To Recapitalize Bankia After 4.5 Billion-Euro Loss – Bloomberg

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