The Early Shift

Posted by scapozzola on 12/09/2009

early-shift_thumbnailthumbnail11 Jobs.  A variety of takes on the President’s speech here, here, here and here.   Meanwhile, action on a jobs bill is likely to wait until next year.  The Financial Times' Martin Wolf on China’s currency.  (Registration required for article available here.) Climate deal may be costly

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