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Friday, March 12, 2010

Europe's banks brace for UK debt crisis - Telegraph
Financial system reforms won't wait - Washington Post
Report: JPMorgan, Citigroup Helped Cause Lehman Collapse - Bloomberg
NY Fed Implicated in Lehman Accounting Fraud Allegation - Naked Capitalism
California boosts bond deal to $2.5 billion amid strong investor demand - LA Times
CFTC head scolds Wall Street for resisting reforms - Reuters
Why the U.S. can't inflate its way out of debt - CNN/Money
The Gold Standard - Mises

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Oil above $82 after IEA raises demand forecasts - AP
Gold climbs towards $1,120 as dollar slips - Reuters
U.S. dollar is still the world's most trusted currency - USA Today
Gold bulls use curious arguments to excuse gold's weakness - MarketWatch
Exxon's growing reliance on expensive oil - CNN/Money
Bull Market Believers - BusinessWeek

Retail Sales Unexpectedly Rose in February - Bloomberg
Households recovering from economic freefall - CNN/Money
Stiglitz: State Budget Cuts 'Very Foolish', A 'Negative Stimulus' - HuffPost
What else can we legalize to help the economy? - CSM
Unemployment rate reaches record high -

Germany: Europe's engine - Economist
Greece will be saved, but what about other debtors? - Telegraph
Bank of Japan may reportedly double lending program - MarketWatch
Inflation Eroding China Deposits Feeds Asset Pressure - Bloomberg
German economy to shrink in Q1, think tank says - BusinessWeek
The alarming future for Japan's finances - Economist
Full-time jobs surge as rate declines - Globe and Mail
Sovereign debt and the euro: All for one - Economist

New round of foreclosures threatens housing market - Washington Post
FDIC Chairman Questions Mortgage Interest Tax Deduction - Fox News
Clamp Down on Wall Street, Rein In Big Banks to Save Economy - Washington's Blog
Politics, shaky economy create no rush to restructure GSEs - Washington Post

Obama to tap Yellen for Fed vice chair: source - Reuters
27th bank failure this year: NYC's LibertyPointe shut down - AP
Fed Joins A.I.G. Loss-Sharing Pact With MetLife - DealBook
Panel: GMAC won't repay $6.3 billion of bailout -

Man finds Jesus in burnt pan - UPI
Japanese woman graduates from school at age of 91 - Ria Novosti
2010 Death Toll Already Abnormally High - LiveScience
The Country’s Credit Card Statement - Felder & Co.


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