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11/16/2012 - China: Background on China's new leader, Eurozone: Back in technical recession, economist poll results, France, Germany: Barely positive Q3 GDPs, outlook negative, Greece: International Monetary Fund takes firm position of debt reduction, Q3 GDP, United States: Consumer confidence high, October retail sales low - what gives?
11/15/2012 - Greece, Spain: Comments today from ECB Governing Council member, United States: can America become energy self-sufficient by 2035?, United States – Grover Norquist, only in America!, United States – the fiscal cliff, where will it lead
11/13/2012 - Greece – Debt:GDP ratio reduction timing, Japan’s GDP negative, Japan now in technical recession, Spain: General strike called for Wednesday, November 14, Chilean mine work halt over dust
11/12/2021 - Britain’s Cameron wants to renegotiate European Union terms, Greek Parliament passes 2013 budget yesterday (Sunday), Netherlands faces stiff drops in living standards, United States – the vultures are circling, Tanzanian gold mine attacked by 4,000 locals
11/09/2021 - Greece bailout payment – not next week?, U.S. fiscal cliff explained in one chart, U.S. September net trade deficit, Wal-Mart to open at 8:00 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day
11/08/2021 - Canada to follow U.S. into ‘fiscal cliff’ recession, Greek Parliament approves austerity budget, Hyperinflation – for the United States, a myth?, U.S. Economic Chart Website, U.S. said to be only 12th most prosperous country – Legatum Institute
11/07/2021 - Election 2012 – what will change?, German Finance Minister calls for U.S. and Japan to help ensure global economic stability, Greek Government revised austerity measures met with discontent, Internet – all you wanted to know, and then some, about the current state of the Internet
11/06/2021 - European Union youth unemployment, Globalization – what has it really meant to trade, jobs and recovery, U.S. fiscal cliff summarized – on Election Day no less
11/05/2022 - Canada’s job market tightens in October, what does that portend, Greek government stability questioned, United States jobs report and hourly earnings
11/02/2022 - Italy’s unemployment numbers rise, Spain – another form of contagion, U.S. consumer confidence reported to have risen further in October, U.S. October jobs report
11/01/2022 - Canada’s GDP falls slightly in August, Canada: 2013 real GDP growth rate, Economic forecasting – how credible?, Spain –have all the analysts been on holidays?, U.S. housing contagion losses
10/31/2012 - Greece: New budget to be tabled today, Spain: Continuing economic deterioration, no bailout request yet, United States fiscal cliff – think hard about it now and on November 6, Tanzania: More on proposed mining tax changes
10/29/2012 - Bank credit rating downgrades and downgrade warnings, Greece – no agreement yet reached, United Kingdom preliminary Q3 GDP estimate shows 1% growth, United States consumers: where are they sourcing their spending?
10/25/2012 - Eurozone – will its economics lead to a ‘creeping takeover’ by Germany?, German Manufacturing reported as weakening this month, Greece – still no deal, Spain passes 2013 austerity budget, U.S. Postal Service – out of cash! – an essential service?
10/23/2012 - Canada – again, don’t think ‘it can’t happen here’, German banks – Moody’s continues to be negative, Spain worst-case bank stress test scenario looking more realistic, U.S. Fiscal Cliff said not to be priced in to financial markets!, Greece – twist on country risk, two local groups clash over gold mine development