October 3, 2011 Headlines: The (not so) Early Shift on China Currency, Ford and GM Sales Up, and More

Posted by smorgante on 10/03/2011

It’s China currency vote day in the Senate, so things are hectic this morning. Here’s Krugman’sThe Hill’s,  and The Wall Street Journal’s views.

Harold Meyerson: The Senate vote today is a victory for the middle class.

WSJ: Is the Fed’s action working?

Bloomberg: Ford and GM sales are up in September.

The Hill: Manufacturing expanded in September, up 0.5%.

WSJ: New rankings of worldwide factory activity.

NYT: China’s factory activity increased.

WSJ: Commodities falter as worries about a double-dip recession grow.

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