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Thursday, November 08, 2012

Today's News You Haven't Seen But Should Have (11/8/12)

I'll try to update these as the day goes on.

Europe's Next Worry: Germany in Recession
US homeownership rate falls to a 17-year low of 65.3% in Q3 as ‘homeownership bubble’ continues to deflate
Greece Is Running Out of Cash
Obama Victory Fails to Thrill European Business 
German Exports Fall at Fastest Pace Since Dec 2011
Greek Parliament Narrowly Passes Austerity Bill
Europe Is Heading for a 'Severe Recession'
Thorsten Polleit, chief economist at Degussa Goldhandel GmbH, tells CNBC that credit supply to the private sector is contracting at a rate unseen since the early 1980s, the severest decline in decades. (Quiz: What will higher taxes do to global credit supply? Write your answer on the pack of the page and show all work.)
Europe’s Fears Over US Energy Gap
Why US Economy May Be Headed for Another Recession
All the problems investors face — from the fiscal meltdown to the economic woes around the world — add up to one daunting prospect: another possible US recession.
Inflation Fears Grow
Don’t Count on the Yield Curve for Recession Warning
Credit Card Debt Recovery Sluggish With Incomes Weak
Germany’s Second-Largest Bank in Big Profit Miss
Euro Falls on Recession Fears
El-Erian: Really Depressing Numbers Out of Greece
ECB Europe’s Paymaster Heading for Recession: Economists
ECB's Draghi Says Euro Zone Economy to Remain Weak
Wall Street Traders Fear a Nasty Season for Stocks
McDonald's Suffers First Monthly Sales Drop In 9 Years
Bubble Brewing for Two-Tier Housing Market: Goldman
Asian Shares Fall on U.S. Cue
Europe's New Austerity Is Not Coming From Governments
Earnings season in the euro zone has been marked with a raft of job cut announcements, signaling more trouble ahead for the region.
New Housing Bubble Forming Across the Globe: Goldman
Middle Class Worse Off Than You Think: MIT Professor
Manufacturing Weakness Persists Across Mix Of Reports
Ripped Apart by-Financial Crisis Greek Society in Freefall


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