Friday, October 07, 2011

@AllAmerInvest Depression, Jobs Rate, Trade War, Euro


Is US economy flirting with 'modern-day depression'?

While economists have made no secret of their fears that another recession is about to strike, the real danger could be worse.


Instead, the country could be headed for a 21st century version of a depression, an economic term that, unlike a recession, defies a standard definition but instead conjures images of soup lines, 25 percent unemployment and a devastated economy.

http://bit.ly/p1KdqM

U.S. Adds 103,000 Jobs; Rate Steady at 9.1%
http://bit.ly/pdm4Vx

The Trade War With China
http://bit.ly/nCssZN

THE CHINESE UNDERGROUND BANKING SYSTEM: What It Is And Why It Should Scare You
http://read.bi/oZjwFG

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CNBC Bonus Bucks Answers for Friday, October 7, 2011
http://bit.ly/nB3v74


With Time Running Short, Jobs Managed His Farewells
http://nyti.ms/oA8pjF


How Much Do New Fees Help Banks' Revenue?
http://read.bi/nyNBv6

Mechanics of a euro breakdown
http://on.ft.com/p7UQhK

Romney Rounds Up Backing Among Key G.O.P. Donors
http://nyti.ms/rhYXuK




Original content Bob DeMarco, All American Investor