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The Business Insider

Foreclosures hit another all-time high in Q3 with almost 938,000 homeowners filing, according to Realty Trac

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The Market Ticker

Citibank and Goldman reported this morning and both put up what looked at first blush to be better-than-expected numbers.But both sold off in the premarket. Why? Put more generally, "there ain't no such thing as a free lunch", or TANSTAAFL. The "st

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Cryptogen

These charts are interesting, and as grim as they are, they can’t hold a candle to how grim it really is. These are using the official bogus data! Show us the line that includes the millions of people who have dropped out the bottom and aren’t counte

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CNBC.com

The dollar is tumbling to its lowest level in more than a year against the euro. CHARLES GOYETTE, author of 'THE DOLLAR MELTDOWN,' and Mike O'Rourke, of BTIG, share their outlooks on the dollar.

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You Tube - Liberty Pen

Professor Peter Klein, University of Michigan, talks about the return of an ugly monster that refuses to die.

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Economic Policy Journal

It pays to be President Obama's favorite banker. Both Bear Stearns and Washington Mutual were gifted to JPMorgan by the United States government, and the results are showing.

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Logisticmonster

Charles Payne explains the redistribution of wealth that is occurring right now in our country through the “stimulus bill”, leading to the disbursement of most of stimulus funds right before the 2010 elections. Just remember $105 TRILLION DOLLARS of

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Investors.com

Every generation of Americans should live better than its predecessor. That's Americans' core definition of economic "progress." But for today's young, it may be a mirage. Higher health spending, increasing energy prices and stretched governments at

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Economic Policy Journal

As the consumer pricing index continues to fall, the State of Colorado will become the first state since 1938 to lower it's minimum wage.

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Marketwatch

The dollar continues to rattle around at key support. If it breaks then our import-based economy will be decimated. Oil will skyrocket and so will input costs to American business. Bye-bye profits - and businesses.

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Washington Post

Eight months after enacting a massive economic stimulus package, the Obama administration is facing rising pressure from some congressional Democrats to move more aggressively to jump-start the moribund job market and try to spur a housing recovery.

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ME Hodges

This is a collection of easy-to-understand picture-reports to increase awareness of certain threats to the economic future & freedom of families and their children, compared to the past - - on family income, debt, savings, government spending, educat

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arclein

The political lobby for protectionism is naturally capricious. Thus we have had the economic insanity of the lumber battle which was paid for by American home buyers. It cost the American lumber industry little more than chump change to keep the war

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Bill Bonner

This is the story we’ve been telling here at The Daily Reckoning for two years. Americans have to cut back. They are out of time and out of money. Ten years closer to retirement than they were in before the tech stock crash, Baby Boomers are not a pe

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Zero Hedge

A recent piece by Barclay's Steven Englander demonstrates how everybody and the kitchen sink is soundly amused by Geithner's call for a strong dollar. "The IMF Composition of Official Foreign Exchange Reserves data suggest that central banks are doin

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BreitBart.com

A report last week in The Independent claiming that China, Russia and Gulf States are among nations prepared to ditch the dollar for oil trades has heightened the uncertainty surrounding the US currency's future.

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