Thursday, June 25, 2009

More economic issues

California set to issue IOUs as fiscal crisis weighs...

NKorea threatens annihilation of USA; World anticipates missile...
'Gay Exorcism' in Church Causes Outrage...
SUPER PUMP: European Central Bank Injects $662B into System...
FLASH: CITIGROUP intends to raise salaries up to 50%; Halt exodus of talent...

NYC Subway Stations Renamed for Banks...

PAPER: Fading of the Dollar's Dominance...


Here we go again! Barney Frank asks FANNIE and FREDDIE to relax Mortgage lending rules...

Venezuelan private media fear fresh assault...

Russia, Venezuela sign $4B joint bank deal...

Harvard cuts 275 jobs, cites drop in endowment...

Warren Buffett to CNBC: U.S. Economy In "Shambles" .. No Signs of Recovery Yet: In a live interview on CNBC today, Warren Buffett said there has been little progress over the past few months in the "economic war" being fought by the country. "We haven't got the economy moving yet."

Obama warns of worse economy to come: President Barack Obama painted a bleak picture Tuesday of the economy, warning unemployment will get worse,

Debt Relief USA In Addison Files For Bankruptcy

Obama - 'No New Stimulus Needed'

Citigroup To Raise Salaries Up To 50%!

UK To Sink Further Into Red Than All

Nationalised RBS Loses More Than Any Bank In World

UK Business Failures Rising At Record Rates

Pensions Crisis To Hit Millions Of Workers

Insiders Selling Into Rally

ECB Lends Record ¤442B To Commercial Banks

World Bank Sees Deeper, Longer Slump

French Central Banks Warns On Spending

After Global Outrage, It's Business As Usual

Japanese Exports Plunge Again

Asian Economies Feel Pull Of Protectionism

Obama's Stealth Scheme For Global Monetary Control

Roommates - 3.6M Elders And Their Adult Children

Why Obama Must Bail Out CA - But Won't

US, UK Will Both Default On Their Debt By Summer's End

China Rising - Is Western Supremacy Just A Blip?

Markets Dive On World Bank's Economy Fears

Eurozone 'Recovery' Fades

SEC Charges Madoff Associates With Fraud

City Warns EU Rules Threaten UK Economy

ECB Set For Record 'Stimulus By Stealth'

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