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Raiders of the Moscow property market

www.FT.com Moscow real estate - some of the most expensive in the world - is being targeted by low-level, corrupt officials taking over communal living spaces; an operation known as 'raiding'. Julia Taranova reports from the Russian capital on how the activity is inspiring a rising tide of citizen activism. For more FT video content, visit the Financial Times video page at: www.ft.com
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Recession Now? Stock market hysteria amid big debt fears

World markets are clawing back their losses but remain unstable after the sharpest fall since 2008. That decline raised fears of another wave of the global recession amid the slowing US economy and EU debt crisis.

Read Entire Article: www.totallifecounseling.com Amy Kaufelt with Fox 35 reporter Interviews Jada Collins, MS. The reality of the financial crisis concerns us all. The fact is that we are struggling with the most intense debt catastrophes in modern history. Many believe that economic pain and suffering is inescapable; and during the past three years, Americans have experienced a significant amount of financial stress, depression and anxiety. Research reveals that job loss may be directly related to depression and affects one's social status, self-esteem and self-concept, mental and physical activity, and the ability to exercise one's ability and skill. Atypical Depression is a common diagnosis for those that experience depression due to a specific event. Read Tips for Economic Stress: www.totallifecounseling.com
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Down economy widens state pension gaps

The down economy has caused state pension gaps to widen. Many states were counting on continuing stock market gains to cover pension shortfalls but state employees face an uncertain financial future. Bill Whitaker reports.
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Require colleges to provide clearer financial figures
Some things just can't be left up to voluntary compliance.In yet another effort to get colleges and universities to be level about the costs of higher education, the ...
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Zale Corporation Up Despite Disappointing EPS

Zale Corporation (NYSE:ZLC) reported fiscal third quarter earnings this morning, posting a loss of

The Wall Street Journal reports, a massive trading bet backfired on JP Morgan, leaving the bank with at least billion in trading losses and its chief executive, James Dimon, with a rare set back, following a long run as the "King of Wall Street." The losses stemmed from wagers gone wrong, in the bank's Chief Investment Office, which manages risk for the company. Large positions taken in that office by a trader nicknamed "the London whale", had roiled a sector of the debt markets. The bank, betting on a continued economic recovery, with a complex web of trades tied to the values of corporate bonds, was hit hard, when prices moved against it, starting last month, causing losses in many of its derivatives positions. The losses occurred while JP Morgan tried to scale back that trade. The bank's strategy was "flawed, complex, poorly reviewed, poorly executed and poorly monitored," Mr. Dimon said Thursday in a hastily arranged conference call with analysts and investors after the stock-market close. According to a Bloomberg investor poll, Facebook, seeking as much as billion in its IPO next week, is overvalued at that price. Underscoring concerns that growth may taper for the world's biggest social network, 79 percent of respondents in the Bloomberg Global Poll of 1253 investors, analysts and traders, said Facebook doesn't deserve a valuation so high. At the high end of a projected range of to a share, Facebook would be valued at 99 times its earnings, a higher ...

.14 per share, which may not be comparable to estimates of a loss of .16 per share. Revenues in the quarter rose 8.1% year-over-year to 5 million, beating estimates by million. Theo Killion, Chief Executive Officer of Zales commented on the earnings, "The six consecutive quarters of positive comps, coupled with continued momentum through the Mother's Day selling period, demonstrates that the strategic initiatives we've undertaken are resonating with our guests. In addition, the improvement in operating earnings this quarter is another indication of the progress we are making as we accelerate towards bottom line profitability." Despite the lower EPS, Zale Corporation is seeing green. The stock is currently up over 6% to .48.
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Stocks Plunge on Dire Jobs Numbers Market Commentary on The “Financial Crisis 2012″

www.StockMarketFunding.com Stocks Plunge on Dire Jobs Numbers. The "Financial Crisis 2012" is playing out just like we said it would back in November of 2011 http Financial Crisis 2012 European Banking System Bailout by the Federal Reserve. Greece, Italy, Spain, Portugal, and Germany are all weighing on European markets and the economic numbers in the United States were extremely poor. US employers created 69000 jobs in May, the fewest in a year, and the unemployment rate ticked up to 8.2 percent from 8.1 percent. Economists had forecast a gain of 158000 jobs. Gold's Surge, Stocks Purge, And Treasury Yield Records Emerge. Bilderberg 2012: Global Leaders Gather For Shadowy Conference At Virginia Hotel www.huffingtonpost.com US employers created 69000 jobs in May, the fewest in a year, and the unemployment rate ticked up. The dismal jobs figures could fan fears that the economy is sputtering. The Labor Department also said 49000 fewer jobs were created in March and April than first expected. The price of gold, which was trading at about 50 an ounce before the report, shot up almost . For much of the past three years, investors have seen gold as a safe place to put their money during turbulent economic times. The job picture also darkened elsewhere in the world. Unemployment in the 17 countries that use the euro currency remained at a record-high 11 percent in April. In Spain, the latest flashpoint in a crisis over European debt, unemployment spiked to almost 25 ...


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