Financial News Update – 06/25/10

Tidal Wave of Private-Equity Deals May Be Coming

Media Praises Obama For “Brokering a Deal” Among Dems on Hyperpartisan Financial Bill

Lawmakers Bend to Banks to Forge Wall Street Reform Bill

White House welcomes Shariah finance specialist (Hat Tip: Brian B.)

US Double Dip Depression

Greece Sells Islands?

Deutsche Bank: U.S. Financial Conditions Just Collapsed Back To Crisis Levels

The 20 Housing Markets You’d Be A Fool To Invest In

Citi: Brace For An Avalanche Of Economic Downgrades

The Scariest Financial Chart In The United States, Bar None

Goldman: Sorry, Housing Prices Will Keep Falling For Two Years

14 Scary Facts About The The US Real Estate Nightmare

Resignation Of Aussie PM Is A Huge Win For The Aussie Mining Industry

Morgan Stanley Explains How The Yuan Hike Will Lead To More Easy Money In America

And Now The Credit Crunch Comes To… China?

German Finance Minister Delivers Awesome Defense Of Austerity, Slams “Short-Term” American Policymaking

Harry Reid’s high-stakes climate bill gamble

House OKs campaign-spending disclosure bill

Obama and Medvedev Talk Economics

U.S. Lawmakers Reach Accord on New Finance Rules

Morning Bell: Halting the Explosive Growth of Welfare Entitlements

Guest Blogger: Rep. Doug Lamborn (R-CO) Calls for Tough Choices on Spending

House Democrats vote to illegally silence everyone but unions

House, Senate leaders finalize details of sweeping financial overhaul (Hat Tip: Brian B.)

Obama: ‘On the brink of passing Wall Street reform’ (Hat Tip: Brian B.)

Financial Regulatory Reform: Add Another Law To The Repeal List! (Hat Tip: Brian B.)

Wall Street Wins, Main Street Loses in Bank Overhaul: Bove (Hat Tip: Brian B.)

Venezuela Seizes 11 US Gulf Oil Rigs Off Its Caribbean Coast

Banks `Dodged a Bullet’ as Congress Dilutes Rules

U.S. Economy Grew 2.7% in First Quarter, Less Than Forecast

States of Crisis for 46 Governments Facing Greek-Style Deficits

Muni Swaps’ Wider Risk Spread Shows Default Fear: Chart of the Day

NEARLY 2,000 PAGES: The legislation would redraw how money flows through economy

Government would have broad new powers to seize

DODD: ‘No one will know until this is actually in place how it works’

White House, GOOGLE violate lobbying pledge

Geithner says USA can ‘no longer drive global growth’

Schwarzenegger terminates welfare use of casino ATMs

FoxBusiness: Putting a Price Tag on LeBron

LIVESHOT: Union Too Strong for Own Good?

SurvivalBlog:

Legendary investor Jim Rogers says that silver is an attractive commodity while gold remains at an all-time high.

The US is Pushing Its Debt Towards a $57 Trillion Hole

China’s Desert Ghost City Shows Property `Madness’ Persists

Don’t Fear Inflation, if It Comes. (Oh, really? I guess he’s never visited Zimbabwe…)

U.S. May Follow Britain’s Lead and Pass Bank Tax. Oh, and the Brits are also discussing bumping the capital gains tax back up to 50%.

New Home Sales Plunge 33% with Tax Credits Gone

CA, FL, Other States to Get More Housing Aid

Fed to Keep Rates Low to Support Weak Recovery

Deepwater Horizon: The Worst Case Scenario

T Minus 7 Days to a LIBOR-Induced Liquidity Crunch?

Harrisburg, PA, Other Cities Overwhelmed by Economic Downturn and Debt

Why Many Analysts See Gold Going as High as $10,000

Taxes Coming Due for $1 Trillion in Commercial Real Estate

The government’s own documents show that the FSA program’s food warehouses are effectively empty. “Government still hasn’t begun to replenish actual reserves of food. This is mandated, funded, and empty. If the gulf disaster results in toxic rains that impact crops, the government will have no reserves of wheat, corn, soy, et cetera.”

Chavez pushes Venezuela into food war.

Brazil to end foreign land purchases.

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