Tag Archives: eurozone

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    Daily Digest 12/15 – Rare Earth Production Up, Food Pantry Demand Skyrockets, Budget Cuts Won’t Cover Shortfall

    by saxplayer00o1

    Wednesday, December 15, 2010, 4:00 PM

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    • Text of FOMC Statement
    • Moody’s Warns Tax Deal Could Harm U.S’s Triple-A Rating
    • State Unemployment Insurance Tax To Go Up For Nearly All Businesses
    • Rare Earth Production Revs Up as Shortage Looms
    • One Company Holds at Least 90% of London Metal Exchange Copper Stockpiles
    • Expensive Spanish, Belgian Auctions Suggest Tough Tenders Ahead
    • Food Pantry Demand Skyrockets
    • Study: Budget Cuts Alone Won’t Cover The Shortfall
    • China To Raise Tariffs On Certain Rare Earth Exports In 2011
    • Pay Freeze Recommended for Public Employees
    • S.C. Health-Care System Headed For Disruption, Dhhs Director Says
    • Mortgage-Bond Slump No `Fun’ for Housing as Rates Increase: Credit Markets
    • Slovak Remark Renews Eurozone Breakup Talk
    • Eurozone Debt Crisis Spreads To Belgium On Rising Political Risk

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    Daily Digest 12/13 – Charting US Fiscal Catastrophe, Ban of Wall Street Bonuses Favored, Gold Cimbs Higher

    by DailyDigest

    Monday, December 13, 2010, 4:00 PM

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    • The Eurozone Is In Bad Need Of An Undertaker
    • Charting The US Fiscal Catastrophe
    • US Stocks Open Higher After China Chooses Not To Raise Rates
    • Stocks Rise, Bonds Fall Ahead Of Senate Tax Vote
    • Banning Big Wall Street Bonuses Favored by 70% of Americans
    • Gold Climbs After China Refrains From Boosting Borrowing Costs
    • Administrator of BP Fund Offers Bonuses to Spill Victims Who Bypass Suits

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    Daily Digest 12/6 – Eurozone Crisis Talks, Gold Trades Near Record, Hungarian Assets Slip

    by DailyDigest

    Monday, December 6, 2010, 4:00 PM

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    • No, The Big Banks Have Not “Paid Back” Government Bailouts and Subsidies
    • Branson Says Crude Oil Prices Might Hit $200 a Barrel Without New Policies
    • Eurozone Ministers Set for Crisis Talks
    • Gold Trades Near Record on Concern U.S. Economy May Need Further Stimulus
    • Getting JAL On Its Feet
    • Hungarian Assets Slip On Moody’s Downgrade
    • Crude Wavers Amid Higher Dollar, European Concerns

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