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Economy - Economics USA

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ABC News

It will be the latest sobering economic milestone that few were hoping to see: The U.S. national debt – any day now – will soar above the $15 trillion mark. As of this writing, the total debt is $14.97 trillion, so moving beyond the symbolic $15 t

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finance.yahoo.com

It wasn't always this way. But when the debt-ridden community could no longer afford its monthly electric bill, elected officials not only turned off 1,000 streetlights. They had them ripped out -- bulbs, poles and all

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Reuters

Detroit is in "extremely serious financial condition," as it is projected to run out of cash next year and must take action to avoid a state takeover, Mayor Dave Bing said on Thursday. Michigan's largest city is facing a projected cash shortage of

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Paul Levinson

Bank of America's decision to rescind its new $5 per month charge for debit cards reflects the growing power of consumers empowered by social media.

News Link • Global Reported By Paul Levinson
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antiwar.com/radio

Charles Goyette, former Antiwar Radio host and author of the upcoming new book Red and Blue and Broke All Over: Restoring America’s Free Economy, discusses why America’s economic and political problems can’t be solved until...

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online.wsj.com

NEW YORK—U.S. financial stocks slid in a broad global stock-market slide, as Greece's plans for a referendum fueled worries that the euro-zone bailout plan might fall apart.

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www.nypost.com

The New York Federal Reserve said that it suspended new business with the futures trading company until it establishes that it is "fully capable" of performing its duties as a primary broker. It is one of 22 primary brokers at the New York Fed.

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online.wsj.com

Stocks finished a historic month of gains on a sour note, as concerns about the plan to stave off Europe's debt woes drove a selloff.

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arclein

The American phoenix is slowly rising again. Within five years or so, the US will be well on its way to self-sufficiency in fuel and energy. Manufacturing will have closed the labour gap with China in a clutch of key industries. The current account m

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The Daily Bell

The world's biggest traders and investors thus have the certainty that market itself is backed by unlimited funding. Between artificial market supports and endless fiat-money availability it is a wonder American stock markets especially have not blas

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