Seven And A Half Things You Need To Know

Thing Five: BREAKING: You're Not Saving Enough: You have probably known for at least the past decade or two that you are
Nothing. Mark Gongloff is off the newsletter this morning, so today's 7.5 Things are brought to you by Jillian Berman. Thing
9:15 a.m. ET: Industrial Production for February And there was gall piled upon gall: The entire time the London Whale's position
The glaring differences between the fortunes of the world's two most massive economies (if you take all of the European Union
The people that still use BlackBerry's impress me, its like eating a steak with chopsticks. — thatlittlekitnerboy (@littlekitnerboy
Costco Thing Four: U.S. Insists China Knock Off The Hacking: Obama's national security advisor, Thomas Donilon, demanded
Corporate Earnings: Thing Seven And A Half: The Good News About Sitting In Traffic: Sitting in traffic may be terrible for
Thing Three: China: Do What We Say, Not What We Do: China's commerce minister warned Japan, the U.S. and other countries
Thing Three: Revolving Door Update: President Obama may appoint yet another bank-defending lawyer to the Securities and Exchange
Mom-and-pop investors are only barely starting to embrace stocks lately, after years of pouring money into bonds, worrying
Thing Five: Stealth Subsidy To Corporate America: While everybody else in the world is feeling austerity's bite, U.S. companies
Correction: An earlier version of this article incorrectly said that the sequester budget cuts would affect "a children’s
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The truth of the matter is that the sequester will ultimately be a bummer for everybody, Reuters points out: It will hurt
Thing Two: Medicare, Not MediSCARE: If anything gets the deficit scolds' boxers in a bunch, it is Medicare, which is indeed
Corporate Earnings: Early Italian election results on Monday showed a nearly perfect stalemate between three incompatible
Meanwhile, Republicans are focused on finding a way to kick the next budget disaster down the road. If we all make it past
Heard On The Tweets: Thing Six: Charges For Peanut Pushers: Four former executives at the Peanut Corporation of America, the
I’m so hungry I could eat a horse.Kidding Europe, just a ham sandwich will do. — Calamity ClamRocks (@TrueTorontoGirl) February
Thing Five: JPMorgan Faces Another Whale Grilling: A Senate panel headed by Carl Levin (D-Mich.) is considering holding public