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Would Dissolving the Euro be Good for the EU?
January 27, 2014

It may not be the headline news, it was in the summer of 2012, but the eurozone is still in crisis. Unpopular technocratic governments remain in place, Greece and Cyprus are still propped up by Germany's whims as lender, and unemployment remains spec...

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Your Bitcoin Isn’t Worth What You Think It Is
January 21, 2014

Bitcoins have been attracting significant interest recently. With the Winklevoss twins — most famous for their controversial role in Facebook's genesis — the latest in a line of high-profile investors to throw their weight behind the digital curr...

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US jobs shortfall reignite stimulus hopes; A$ closes at weekly high
September 10, 2012

US stocks rallied and the greenback slid on Friday with the latest nonfarm payrolls print rebooting expectations the Federal Reserve will announce new stimulus measures at this week’s policy meeting. The US economy created 96,000 jobs in August fro...

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