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    According to Merrill, the boneheads in Congress will again fail to agree on a plan that will put us on a healthy financial track. Unbelievable. read more »
    Mike Mandel has four nominees for his “Economic Statistics of the Decade” award, including home prices , Chinese growth, and global trade. How about US household borrowing? read more »
    Pretty cool infographic that charts unemployment over time, broken down by race, sex, age and education. read more »
    The stock market has come roaring back. The government and some CEOs are now saying that the worst of the crisis is over. But where does the economy stand, really? read more »
    It's not a foregone conclusion yet. But the possibilities are scary: Trade wars. Bank blowups. Inflation. read more »
    US personal savings rate has been on a dramatic decline since the mid 1980’s, reaching decade-low levels in recent years. The open question is: How will this chart look like over the next decade? read more »
    Based on standard FICO criteria, it can be rather shocking to learn what the U.S. credit score is. read more »
    If most of us were farmers and laborers 150 years ago, when and how quickly did the change happen? Which occupations died, and which ones flourished? Which ones are still growing? read more »
    The biggest and most secretive gathering of ships in history lies at anchor east of Singapore. Never before photographed, it is bigger than the US and British navies combined but has no crew, no cargo and no destination read more »
    India is in many ways a nation of paradoxes and vastly different from the US. It is simultaneously one of the worlds fastest growing economies and the nation with the largest concentration of people living below the pov read more »
    Florida lost 58,000 residents this year - the first net outflow in 63 years. Reason? There are many: A huge rise in property taxes, hurricane-insurance premiums and electricity rates is squeezing them out. read more »
    Sales of men's underwear typically are stable because they rank as a necessity. But during times of financial strain, men will try to stretch the time between buying new pairs, causing underwear sales to dip. read more »
    The $700 billion of commercial-mortgage-backed securities outstanding are being tested for the first time by a massive downturn, and the outcome so far is not pretty. read more »



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