The austerity machine rolls on, the Greek meltdown continues, and the environment pays the price. . .and then there’s the latest chapter of Fukushimapocalypse now!
The New York Times gives us our first headline, which comes as no surprise:
Latest Signs of U.S. Economic Growth May Be Fleeting
The economy grew at an annual rate of 2.8 percent in the third quarter, significantly better than expected. But some experts were quick to warn that the fourth quarter may not be as rosy.
CNBC covers diminishing expectations:
US consumer sentiment unexpectedly falls in November
U.S. consumer sentiment unexpectedly dipped in November to a near two-year low as lower-income households worried about their job prospects and financial outlooks and negative views of the government lingered, a survey released on Friday showed.
The Washington Post, strangely, gets it right in the subhead:
Economy added 204,000 jobs in October; unemployment rate ticks up…
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