April 25, 2011 Headlines: China Currency Manipulation, GM Surging to the Top, and More
China’s Yuan is now at a 17-year high (Bloomberg), and there’s speculation that China could loosen currency controls to curb inflation. How will this play out (Reuters) in the coming months?
Economist: Another take on using currency controls to stem inflation.
WaPo: What are the consequences of a falling U.S. Dollar?
NYT: Happy Easter… unless you try to worship in China.
NYT: Obama administration makes a push for Corporate tax reform. Will it work?
NYT: Have the Fed’s stimulus efforts helped ordinary Americans? Most economists say no.
USAT: Good news for Automakers: GM is likely to dethrone Toyota as #1 in sales.
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