June 4, 2012 Headlines: Jobs Numbers Analysis, China Currency Update, and More
WSJ: Friday’s jobs numbers were unequivocally terrible. Analysis from economists.
Bloomberg: Mitt Romney’s economic advisors reiterate the promise to crack down on China’s cheating.
NYT: China is increasing production by turning to machines, not workers.
AP: Global stocks fell on the bad jobs numbers.
WSJ: Factory activity was down across the globe.
NYT: As the 23rd anniversary of the Tiananmen Square crackdown approaches, Chinese censors are working overtime.
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