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That means nightmare. You know, like Nightmare on Elm Street? Or Nightmare at Deutsche Bank?
Read my lips, the usual suspects are saying: Everything is fine, the German government is not preparing a bailout, there have been no secret talks with the chancellor and there is nothing here that needs to be rescued in the first place. 91 more words
Posted for Birgitta Wallin
Gothenburg Book Fair took place on 22-25 September 2016 and I did two presentations on the first day. The first at Axiell’s stage and the second together with Professor Lars Höglund at The Swedish School of Library and Information Science stand. 496 more words
WASHINGTON (AP) — Long-term U.S. mortgage rates rose this week, with the benchmark 30-year loan reaching its highest level since June.
Rates remain at historically low levels, however. 200 more words
The post–World War II era witnessed a long-running debate over the meaning and connotation of economic development. The debate continued into the 1970s and remained unsettled at the turn of the century. 289 more words