Thursday, June 11, 2009

More economic issues


Federal government to become largest shareholder in CITI... Developing...

College grads shun Wall Street for Washington...

US long-term interest rates hit high; Tepid response to Treasury's debt sale...

Russia May Swap U.S. Treasuries for International Monetary Fund bonds...

Jim Rogers: “The Worst is Not Over”

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Russia May Swap Some U.S. Treasuries for IMF Debt : -- Russia may switch some of its reserves from U.S. Treasuries to International Monetary Fund bonds, the central bank said today. The comment drove Treasuries and the dollar lower.

The next great crisis: America's debt: At this rate, your share of the load will be $155,000 in a decade. How chronic deficits are putting the country on a path to fiscal collapse.

Unemployment at 10% to Depress Consumer Spending, Survey Shows: Surging unemployment in the U.S. will delay a recovery in consumer spending and mute the rebound when it does materialize, according to a Bloomberg News survey.

Median home prices drop below 1989 levels : Properties in several areas are selling for less than they did 20 years ago, and that's not including inflation. Some first-time buyers are nabbing houses for less than what their parents paid.

Bernanke...Rothschild Cartel Agent, Disloyal To America - Vid

Out Of The Ashes Of GM - The Phoenix Of Renewable Energy

Obama Tells US Business To Drop Dead

Oil Price Creeps Back Towards $100 A Barrel

Global Energy Market Center Has Changed

Emerging Nations Oil Demand Now Largest Share

It Is In Beijing's Interests To Help Geithner

Crisis Speeds BRIC Rise To Power

Russia Puts Its WTO Entry In Doubt

China - US Should Start Issuing Bonds In Yuan

US Banks To Repay $68B Under Tarp

Geithner Hints At US Regulatory Reforms (sure)

Boston Globe Imposes 23% Pay Cut

Lord Rothschild Dumps Sons Hedge Fund

BoE - Banks Threaten Recovery By Not Lending

Britain Isolated As EU Tightens Grip On City

Court OKs Chrysler Dropping 789 Dealerships

Fed Hires Enron Flack To Block Scrutiny

Eddie Bauer Filing For Bankruptcy

BoE To Extend 'Quantitative Easing'

Lloyds Confirms £2.5B Bailout Repayment

Lloyds Job Cuts Hit 4,500

UK To Cut Public Spending, Tough Times Due

A New Peoples Bank

British Airways To Cut 2,000 Cabin Crew

Europe Swings Right As Depression Deepens

IMF To Europe - Come Clean On Bank Losses

Rising Deficits Threaten Asian Ratings

Airlines Cut Size Of Spoons To Save Fuel...

Major Airlines Slash Fares To Fill Planes

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