September 21, 2011 Headlines: Fed Meeting Begins, Locke Warns China on Currency, GM Sales Up Abroad, and More
WSJ: The Fed begins a two-day meeting today, where they are expected to debate new steps to help the economy.
AP: General Motors is expecting 5% sales growth in China for 2011.
Bloomberg: China has found a market in Brazil for their cars.
WSJ: Eric Cantor urges the deficit panel to go small.
NYT: Ambassador Gary Locke warned China that their currency restrictions is harming foreign investment.
AP: Boeing is designing its new airplanes for use in the Chinese market.
WSJ: German consumer confidence is decreasing.
Ezra Klein: The IMF is forecasting sluggish growth for the future.
NYT: S&P downgraded Italy’s debt, sparking fears of a new Eurozone crisis.
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