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Newsletter of Economic Forecasts & Opinions, a syndicated financial blog authored by Dian L. Chu

Newsletter of Economic Forecasts & Opinions, a syndicated financial blog authored by Dian L. Chu

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EconForecast Newsletter Dec 6, 2010 EconForecast Newsletter Dec 6, 2010 Document Transcript

  • Hi,Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving. I practiced staycation and found some time to developa few apps to better serve site members:Mobile Reader: http://bit.ly/dianchu-mobileMobile Website: http://bit.ly/dianchu-wink-mThree widgets compatible with Facebook, NewsVibe, iGoogle, Blogger and Typepad (click on+Get This to add):Blog posts - Animated: http://www.newsgatorwidgets.com/widget/242825Blog posts - Headline only: http://www.newsgatorwidgets.com/widget/242831Popular Posts: http://www.newsgatorwidgets.com/widget/243069These three widgets are also available in Facebook Application Directory, and Google Gallery.Elsewhere in the markets:· Fed Chairman hinted on CBS 60 Minutes that further quantitative expansion, andunemployment will take 4-5 years to go down to 5-6% range http://bit.ly/dZdxfC· Commodity stocks got an immediate Bernanke bounce http://on.wsj.com/fnO84n· Branson Says Oil May Hit $200 a Barrel Without New Clean-Energy Policieshttp://ow.ly/3k5JP· And Europe is still a big mess with IMF urging EU to boost £425bn bail-out fund to stemcrisis http://ff.im/-uIxtGLighter Side:U.S. Government can’t print money properly, literally http://yhoo.it/eagnRzA caffeinated China - Starbucks looks to triple stores in China http://ff.im/-uHYWbOur latest posts:Big Banks Are Stifling Economic Growth & Taxing ConsumersCalifornia Consumes More Oil Than China: Fact or Market Manipulation?Netflix: Will This Movie Ever End?If you currently do not receive our new article alert, you may sign up here (free)Last but not least, remeber to check out our social page: http://unhub.com/asiabluesTake care and will talk to you soon.DianEconomic Forecasts & Opinions