November 30, 2011 Headlines: Auto Industry Growth, Productivity Up, European Debt Crisis, and More
NYT: Economists are predicting that by 2015, we will see a 28% growth in domestic carmaking jobs.
WSJ: 2011 could be the first year that the United States is a net exporter of petroleum products.
Bloomberg: Productivity rose 2.3% last quarter, but that was lower than expected.
Ezra Klein: The case for extending unemployment insurance.
NYT: The Fed and the ECB are taking action to mitigate the fallout from the European debt crisis.
The Atlantic: How can Europe save itself?
CAF: Another resource for American-made holiday presents.
WSJ: Could the recent gains in consumer confidence be a result of people ignoring Washington?
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