September 22, 2011 Headlines: Lost Generation, GM and GE in China, Fed Action, and More
WaPo: The youngest workers are running the risk of ending up a “lost generation” as the economy struggles to produce jobs.
Bloomberg: United Technologies bought Goodrich.
WSJ: The IMF expresses concern about China’s potential for a bust.
Bloomberg: Jobless claims fell last month. Good news, or are people leaving the workforce?
WSJ: A double-dip recession seems more likely in Europe as well.
AP: GE and GM are increasing their cooperation with Chinese companies to build all-electric vehicles.
WSJ: The Fed’s statement on the next phase of monetary policy.
WSJ: Reactions to the Fed’s “Operation Twist.”
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