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N.J. may use private inspectors for Sandy money oversight

Yen Trade Whacks Easy-Money Crowd

We mentioned yesterday that a lot of traders got caught in the flood when the easy yen trade reversed course in the wake of the Italian elections. This was a bet predicated on two promises from officialdom: Mario Draghi's promise to do “whatever it
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Wall Street Journal (blog)

5 Frugal Habits of the Rich

A fat salary isn't the only way someone can strike it rich. Regardless of one's income level, people who live below their means, invest wisely, and live modestly are on the path to real wealth. Here are five frugal habits that many of the upper class
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Calif. AG lobbies feds for law enforcement money

SACRAMENTO, Calif.—California Attorney General Kamala Harris was in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday to lobby Congress and the Justice Department for more money to hire state and local law enforcement officers. She also is promoting a California
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Bernanke: No Plans to End Money-Printing Policies in the Near Future

But Bernanke gave no signal that the Fed might shift away from its easy-money policies. He said its aggressive, open-neded program to buy $85 billion a month in Treasurys and mortgage bonds had kept borrowing costs low. And that, in turn, has helped
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TheBlaze.com

N.J. may use private inspectors for Sandy money oversight

TRENTON, N.J. — New Jersey's plan to rely on private inspectors to provide much of the oversight on how federal money is spent to rebuild after superstorm
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