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September 2011

Medieval Spain for $539 a Month

By Glynna Prentice, International Living, I’m sitting in the plaza mayor with friends, sipping a chilled beer and nibbling jamón […]

Russia Needs Exploration Technology; America Needs Oil Reserves

By the Casey’s Research, Put yourself in Putin’s shoes. During his presidency (from 2000 to 2008), Russia accounted for 80% […]

Destiny is Demography

By Bill Bonner, The Daily Reckoning, The San Francisco Federal Reserve bank came out with a gloomy forecast last month. Its […]

Data point to stagnant US economy

High quality global journalism requires investment. Please share this article with others using the link below, do not cut & […]

Poverty In America

by ilene, Zero Hedge site, Solutions, anyone? Courtesy of Michael Snyder of Economic Collapse America is getting poorer. The U.S. […]

Key trends on the telecoms market in Central and Eastern Europe

The telecommunications market in the CEE has become more mature. Telecoms are facing problems typical of saturated markets, which are […]

Buffett’s Berkshire buyback part of exit plan

SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — Warren Buffett’s plan to buy back Berkshire Hathaway Inc. shares isn’t only the safest route for […]

Decoding the Wide Variations in House Appraisals

By PAUL SULLIVAN, NY Times, I RECENTLY decided to refinance a condominium my wife and I owned in Florida and quickly […]

A Declassified Jon Huntsman On China’s Terror Of A Gold-Pegged Dollar

by Tyler Durden, Zero Hedge site, While last night’s quid-pro-quo from Chinese officials will likely be remembered as the start […]

A Manufacturing Revolution

By Chris Wood, Casey’s Research, A revolution is under way. It’s still in its early stages, but will likely reach […]

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