October 6, 2011: China Currency Showdown, Jobless Claims Rise, and More
AP: Meanwhile, China’s credit crunch continues to hit small businesses there. Maybe a freely-floating currency would help fight inflation?
WSJ: The Wall Street Journal sides with the Communist, oppressive Chinese regime instead of American workers.
Politico: Senate Minority Leader McConnell sounds a pessimistic note on the China bill.
Bloomberg: Jobless claims rose, but at a slower than expected rate.
Politico: South Carolina’s politicians buck their party, stand up for American jobs.
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