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The unemployment rate decreased in 36 US states last month.

Many of Europe's banks will find coal in their stockings this year. The Christmas parties aren't going to very good either.

Ten predictions for 2010 via Credit Writedowns.

Markets in everything, feminist edition.

Protesters in Copenhagen have a lot to learn from the past.

A look at the economic impact of the World Cup. Bad for GDP, good for stock markets (initially).

Great new feature from Brad DeLong: "5 (and sometimes 10) economic paragraphs worth reading."

Also via DeLong, a culinary history of Don Quixote.

Facebook vs Privacy. (h/t Mike)

Paul Volcker is making headlines.

The dollar is at its highest since September. As one commentator puts it, "In the land of the blind, the one eyed man is king."

Plus, Barry Ritholtz thinks the dollar rally may go on.

Is Austria next to join the PIIGs?

The Atlantic's most read articles of 2009.

In honor of this year's top Doing Business reformer, presenting the Rwandan Grand Prix:

(h/t: Andrew Sullivan)

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