May 26, 2011 Headlines: Slow Economic Growth, State of Steel, and More
BW: The U.S. recorded anemic economic growth in the first quarter.
Reuters: Manufacturing appears to be cooling off.
WSJ: House Republicans unveil their economic plan today.
NYT: The Congressional Steel Caucus looks at the state of the steel industry. (We’ll be covering it on the blog.)
Reuters: Could the Yuan be appreciating against the dollar?
USAT: Lots of venture capital investment in clean energy. We wonder how much of it will be made in America.
FT: The G-8 meet in France.
The Hill: President Obama will visit Toledo next week to talk about the results of the auto rescue.
CNBC: The challenges of making it in America in a global economy.
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