September 29, 2011 Headlines: Chinese Innovation, Unemployment Reactions, China Currency Bill Update, and More
WaPo: What’s the real threat from China’s rise? Their rising entrepreneurial class.
Bloomberg: The economy grew at 1.3%, faster than estimated but still far too slow to change unemployment.
WaPo: Can China and India boost American manufacturing?
Bloomberg: Bernanke calls unemployment a “national crisis,” and still Congress is taking no action on jobs.
WSJ: Business spending is up; but for capital, not jobs.
WSJ: The departing head of the Kansas City Fed doesn’t see much potential for long-term growth.
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