April 10, 2012 Headlines: China Trade Surplus, European Factory Output Falls, and More
WSJ: China posted a surprising $5.35 billion trade surplus in March.
NYT: Despite the trade surplus, growth in China remains slow.
WaPo: According to Goldman Sachs analysts, an Obama presidency and a GOP Congress would lead to the most deficit reduction.
Bloomberg: Concerns with the Chinese economy pushed stocks down.
AP: China is looking to consolidate their hold on production of rare-earth metals.
Bloomberg: French factory output fell, one more sign of crisis in the Eurozone.
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