Tuesday, June 09, 2009

More economic issues


CHINA AIRS FEARS ON DOLLAR, DEBT

AP: Obama repackages stimulus plans with old promises...


Lots of 'extras' in war funding bill...

WSJ: Obama Numbers Are Pure Fiction...

Stimulus funds for 'job creation' go to prevent teen pregnancy in Ohio...

BOSTON GLOBE union rejects wage, benefit cuts... Developing...
High court blocks CHRYSLER sale...

California contemplates ultimate reform - no welfare...

World Bank boss sees China spurring global recovery...

What's Good For General Motors

Is Now Good for China

By Irving Wesley Hall

The United States has degenerated from a world power based on industrial production to an overextended military empire based on debt and consumption. Our citizens have gone from well-paid industrial workers with comfortable savings accounts to cash-starved consumers with staggering credit card payments.
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Panel finds lax oversight of wartime contracting: The Defense Department has failed to provide adequate oversight over tens of billions of dollars in contracts to support military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan, says a new report by an independent commission investigating waste and fraud in wartime spending.

Global military spending surges: US military expenditure rose 9.7 per cent last year to $607bn, accounting for 42 per cent of total global arms spending, the report said.

Top Chinese banker Guo Shuqing calls for wider use of yuan: The head of China's second-largest bank has said the United States government should start issuing bonds in yuan, rather than dollars, in the latest indication of the increasing importance of the Chinese currenc

600,000 Seniors About To Lose Their Homes: More than 600,000 seniors are delinquent in their mortgage payments or already in foreclosure, USA Today reports.

Unemployment rate highest since 1983: The U.S. economy cut 345,000 jobs last month alone. The count of total jobs lost in the current economic recession is 6 million. The unemployment rate, at 9.4 percent in May, has risen to the highest level since 1983.

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German GDP To Fall 6%

Credit Card Rates Rise Despite Low Bank Rate

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