October 3, 2011 Headlines: The (not so) Early Shift on China Currency, Ford and GM Sales Up, and More
It’s China currency vote day in the Senate, so things are hectic this morning. Here’s Krugman’s, The Hill’s, and The Wall Street Journal’s views.
Harold Meyerson: The Senate vote today is a victory for the middle class.
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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