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Employers boost payrolls by 94,000; jobless rate holds steady at 4.7 percent 7.12.2007 Star Tribune: Business
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Bailout Blues 7.12.2007 American Spectator
The five-year plan to come to the mortgage industry's rescue may cause market jitters on its own.
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Analysts say Chrysler executives' financial talk may foretell additional job cuts 7.12.2007 Star Tribune: Business
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Bush promotes mortgage rate freeze, efforts to combat rising wave of loan defaults 7.12.2007 Star Tribune: Business
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Bush promotes mortgage rate freeze, efforts to combat rising wave of loan defaults 7.12.2007 Star Tribune: Politics
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When Bankers Jump Out the Window! 7.12.2007 Truthout.com
In Le Figaro, Nicolas Barre writing about the dollar, and Yves de Kerdrel about the sub-prime loan crisis, both deplore the way one group pays for the financial errors and mismanagement of others.
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US home foreclosures hit record high in third quarter, mortgage bankers report 6.12.2007 Star Tribune: Latest
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Bush administration mortgage plan will freeze certain subprime interest rates for 5 years 6.12.2007 Star Tribune: Politics
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Bush set to announce help on mortgages as home foreclosures hit all time high 6.12.2007 Star Tribune: Nation
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Home foreclosures hit record high in third quarter 6.12.2007 Star Tribune: Business
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Bush administration mortgage plan will freeze certain subprime interest rates for 5 years 6.12.2007 Star Tribune: Latest
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Bush administration mortgage plan will freeze certain subprime interest rates for 5 years 6.12.2007 Star Tribune: Business
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Bush administration mortgage plan will freeze certain subprime interest rates for 5 years 6.12.2007 Star Tribune: Business
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Stocks Rally on Strong Economic Data 6.12.2007 SFGate: Top Stories
Wall Street resumed its rally Wednesday after new data showed the overall economy is holding up but isn't too strong to prevent the Federal Reserve from cutting interest rates. The Dow Jones industrial average rose nearly 200 points. Stocks turned... ...
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Bush mortgage plan will freeze certain subprime interest rates for 5 years 6.12.2007 Star Tribune: Politics
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DrumBeat: December 4, 2007 4.12.2007 The Oil Drum
Ali Morteza Samsam Bakhtiari, one of the world???s foremost experts on the subject of peak oil, died suddenly and unexpectedly on October 30 of a heart attack. Our thoughts go out to Amir Bahman and Golbenaz Samsam Bakhtiari and the rest of the family. ...One can???t capture the full range of Ali???s ideas in a short space. What follows are a few clips from several articles by him or about him, plus the full Commentary that he wrote for this publication 21 months ago (2/20/06). They are presented below sequentially. We???ve added an extra page to this issue???s normal 6-page length to include these items. They hold up well several years later. Indeed, whether we have reached a technical peak in world oil production or whether it comes in a few ...
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Housing Execs Warn the Worst Is Coming 4.12.2007 AP Business
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The CEO of the country's biggest mortgage lender says greater government intervention is needed to rescue the U.S. housing market as his peers warn the worst is yet to come....
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Recession hits US corporate profits 4.12.2007 NewsTrust Yahoo Pipes Feed
Dec. 3 (Bloomberg) -- U.S. corporate profits are in a recession, and the entire economy may not be far behind. Slower sales and higher energy and labor costs are forcing companies from Bear Stearns Cos. to Pitney Bowes Inc. to reduce spending and hiring. Their efforts to keep earnings from eroding even further raise the risk that the economy, already weakened by the steepest housing slide since 1991, may shrink sometime next year. ``The earnings recession has already arrived,'' says David Rosenberg, North America economist for Merrill Lynch & Co. in New York. ``We are going to see an economic recession in ...
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DrumBeat: December 3, 2007 3.12.2007 The Oil Drum
A few months after the release of a prominent energy report, some experts say its recommendations possess minimal potential for solving the world's energy woes, while others wish Congress would adopt its comprehensive approach. The National Petroleum Council, an advisory committee for the U.S. Department of Energy, released its 380-page report, "Facing the Hard Truths about Energy," in late July. The report received applause from diverse sectors, including many in industry, government and the media, for its recommendations on how to quench the world's insatiable thirst for energy as demand continues to rise. ...However, some experts say the report pushes proposals that will lead to harmful outcomes, not positive results. Included in this group ...
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The Final Analysis 3.12.2007 Tompaine.com
Candidates must talk more about the lack of shared prosperity in today's economy.
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