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Nov 19 2008

Morning News – November 19

Economy USA Today Economy sets travel back a bit for holiday Editorial: All we are saying is give TARP a chance Op-Ed: Things are getting worse The Washington Post As Investment Banking Keeps Changing, SEC Regulators Keep Moving Editorial: Troubled TARP The Boston Globe Op-Ed: The blame for bloated economy LA Times Editorial: Fannie and Freddie follies

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Nov 17 2008

Morning News – November 17

Economy The Christian Science Monitor Consumers close their wallets G-20 leaders agree to next economic steps CongressDaily Economy Casts Pall Over Lame Duck Bloomberg Stocks Fall in Europe, Asia on Recession Concern; U.S. Index Futures Drop  The Wall Street Journal Goldman Chiefs Give Up Bonuses

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Nov 13 2008

Morning News – November 13

Economy Los Angeles Times Paulson’s toxic-loan plan never got started Paulson cancels key part of financial bailout USA Today Treasury rethinks Wall St. bailout The Christian Science Monitor New bailout focus: how to fight foreclosures Op-Ed: The trust factor in mortgage bailouts Bloomberg German Economy Slides Into Recession With Biggest Contraction Since 1996 Paulson’s Credibility Takes Another Hit […]

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Nov 12 2008

Morning News – November 12

Economy The Christian Science Monitor China aims to end pessimism with $586 billion economic stimulus package USA Today China’s economic stimulus plan targets infrastructure Bloomberg Global Economic Confidence Remains Close to Rock-Bottom as Recession Looms  Fed Said to Seek Lead in Overseeing New Credit-Default Swap Clearinghouse  The Washington Post Running On Empty: GM’s Fate Is Debated […]

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Nov 07 2008

Morning News – November 7

Economy The Wall Street Journal Global Push to Beat Economic Downturn The Washington Times ‘Awful’ month for retailers triggers losses LA Times Retailers post worst October sales figures since at least 1971 The New York Times Retailers Report a Sales Collapse USA Today Crisis doesn’t stop Merrill Lynch lobbying CNBC Unemployment Climbs to 6.5%, Higher Than […]

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