March 2, 2011 Headlines: Auto Sales Increase, Strong Manufacturing Index, and More
Bloomberg: U.S. manufacturing index strongest since 2004.
WSJ: A look at worldwide factory activity last month.
Reuters: February auto sales were up by 27%. USA Today: GM leads the pack with a 49% gain. DFP: A look at how vehicles assembled in Michigan fared.
NYT: Your trade deficit at work: China has a massive apparatus to stifle dissent.
WSJ: A Chinese economist says the Yuan is undervalued…by only 8 percent.
WSJ: Would the Yuan ever replace the dollar as the world’s reserve currency?
WSJ: The EPA extends a greenhouse gas deadline.
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