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Here's Greece's Simple Message To Outsiders

businessweek.com — In decisive fashion, Greece has voted for the radical left-wing SYRIZA party, which is eager to stop the current bailout scheme and renegotiate a deal that's more favorable for the Greek economy. In the next several days and weeks, we'll learn a lot more about the implication of the vote, and what new leader Alexis Tsipras is capable of accomplishing.

Why Greece's Alexis Tsipras Might Not Want To Win Big

origin-www.businessweek.com — Louisa Gouliamaki/AFP/Getty Images Syriza's Alexis Tsipras addresses supporters. Greece is about to go to the polls to elect a new government, and virtually everybody expects that the left-wing SYRIZA party will be victorious.

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The ECB May Take a Historic Step This Week to Save the Euro Zone Economy

businessweek.com — On Thursday, Mario Draghi, the head of the European Central Bank, is expected to unveil a new plan to help boost the struggling economy of the euro zone. Specifically, analysts and investors expect Draghi to announce a program of "quantitative easing," whereby the ECB could spend over 500 billion euros to buy the bonds of governments that use the euro.

The ECB May Take a Historic Step This Week to Save the Euro Zone Economy

businessweek.com — On Thursday, Mario Draghi, the head of the European Central Bank, is expected to unveil a new plan to help boost the struggling economy of the euro zone. Specifically, analysts and investors expect Draghi to announce a program of "quantitative easing," whereby the ECB could spend over 500 billion euros to buy the bonds of governments that use the euro.

Goldman Traders Are Making Way Less Than They Used To

businessweek.com — The glory days may be over for Wall Street traders. Goldman Sachs (GS) just reported its lowest annual trading revenue since 2005. The bank made $1.16 billion from trading the fixed-income, currency, and commodity (FICC) markets in 2014-a 31 percent decline from 2013.

Here's What the Swiss Central Bank Just Did and Why It's Such A Shocker

businessweek.com — Today the Swiss National Bank shocked the world when it announced it would remove the cap it had in place to prevent the Swiss franc from rising too high against the euro. Here's what that means and what it's all about. Switzerland has a long reputation for having an incredibly stable financial system (everyone knows about its legendary banks).

Bitcoin Has Been Getting Obliterated

businessweek.com — Markets overall are in a bit of a rough patch, but if you want to feel real pain, just look what's going on with Bitcoin. The price of the digital currency collapsed throughout 2014, though each Bitcoin was still worth more than $300 as of the beginning of 2015. No more.

The American Worker Just Got a Bunch of Good News

businessweek.com — We got a disappointment last week when the nonfarm payrolls report indicated that U.S. average hourly earnings actually shrank slightly in December. But there are signs that things are still looking up for the American worker. Two reports that came out today have some good news.

The One Big Disappointment From Today's Jobs Report

businessweek.com — The December Non-Farm Payrolls Report came in quite solid. 252k new jobs were created in the month, surpassing analyst expectations of 240K. The unemployment rate tumbled to 5.6% from 5.8%. And last month's jobs number was revised nicely higher. The one big weak spot? Wages.
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Feb 01, 2015

RT @elivalley: I turned on the game but my interest in it is already "deflating" HAHAHAHAHAH

Feb 01, 2015

RT @Lahlahlindsey: This report says Aaron Hernandez can watch Super Bowl if other inmates agree wcvb.com/news/aaron-her…

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