December 2, 2011 Headlines: New Jobs Numbers, Euro Crisis, Chinese Banks Good Year, and More
The unemployment rate fell to 8.6%, while the economy added 120,000 jobs. Only 2,000 of those gains were in manufacturing, however. Read coverage from the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and Bloomberg.
The Atlantic: How the Euro crisis can topple our economy.
The Hill: Manufacturing grew by 28% in November.
WSJ: Apparently Chinese banks had a good year in 2011.
NPR: A handy infographic on the Manufacturing PMI.
WSJ: Will NBA players who signed up to play in China be able to return home?
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