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Posted by Larry Doyle on August 30, 2009 6:09 AM |


In the midst of doing some reading today, I came across several articles which made me pause and wonder just how far we’ve come and just how much further we have to go in terms of getting beyond our current economic issues.

I hope you also find these articles enlightening:

1. It’s Time to Admit That Money Funds Involve Risk
by Joe Nocera
The New York Times; August 28, 2009

2. Wall Street Fox Beds Down in Taxpayer Henhouse
by David Reilly
Bloomberg; August 26, 2009

3. Banking Crisis of Historic Proportions
by John Lounsbury
Seeking Alpha; August 16, 2009
***Reminder: John Lounsbury will be my guest tonight on No Quarter Radio’s Sense on Cents with Larry Doyle

4. Local Governments Expect Big Jump in Pension Costs
by Joseph Spector
Star Gazette; August 28, 2009

5.The End of the Line for California Automaking
by Martin Zimmerman and Maura Dolan
Los Angeles Times; August 28, 2009

The real world impact of the issues highlighted in these stories is an indication that we have miles to go and numerous hills to climb as we navigate our economic landscape.

LD






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