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Justice For Mr. Madoff?
All Right, But Just This Once."
By Dave Parts
The victims go after other victims? The perpetrator sits in his town home, living as a king in exile, and the investors must fight each other over the scraps? It is beyond absurd. Continue
Japan output data casts more gloom: The figures released on Friday shows Japanese industrial production slumped more than eight per cent in November from the month before, the biggest fall on record.
U.S. Economy: Home Prices Fall Near Depression Pace: Sales of single-family houses in the U.S. dropped in November by the most in two decades and resale prices collapsed at a pace reminiscent of the Great Depression, dashing speculation the market was close to a bottom.
Visits to U.S. Retailers Fell 24% on Weekend Before Christmas: Customer visits to U.S. retailers fell 24 percent last weekend compared with a year earlier, the biggest drop on record, as deepened discounts failed to attract consumers.
Cash-strapped states look to cut from Medicaid: States from Rhode Island to California are being forced to curtail Medicaid, the government health insurance program for the poor, as they struggle to cope with the deteriorating economy.