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Euro Pacific In The News

Washington Times
November 17, 2011
Legislators in Washington who are tempted to punt yet again this fall and not take the painful medicine needed to tame the government's spiraling debt might want to consider the fates of...
The Daily Bruin
November 9, 2011
Two economists and an economic strategist presented varying and often conflicting solutions to the unemployment crisis before a crowd of about 75 people Tuesday night at the Jan Popper Theater in...
The Telegraph
November 7, 2011
The Republicans meet for another presidential debate this week, and the promo ad asks, “How will the candidates end the War on Wealth?” It's an electoral asset for the GOP to be...
Yahoo! Finance
November 3, 2011
The Federal Reserve may have released a relatively benign statement taking no further action to stimulate the economy, but a fierce debate is just getting started over the Central Bank's next...
Yahoo! Finance
November 3, 2011
There's conflicting and rather dramatic news out of Europe today over the BBC's report that George Papandreou is offering to resign from his role as Greek Prime Minister. New information...
November 2, 2011
As the collapse of the U.S. economy quickly evolved into the Crash of ‘08; politicians, “experts”, and mainstream media shills were unanimous: the U.S. economy would/could “...
American Thinker
November 2, 2011
British conservative Charles Moore visited the Occupy chaps at St. Paul's Cathedral in London and came away a bit bemused. The protesters seem to imagine that, without their tented witness to...
November 2, 2011
Euro Pacific Capital head Peter Schiff paid a visit to Occupy Wall Street this week. I know: Groan, right? Another pundit type with a camera shows up, finds the biggest noobs down there, makes them...

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