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Shortly after the Fed announced QE3 stimulus, the odds of President Obama's re-election on Intrade hit highest level since Osama bin Laden was killed.
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U.S. spends more on defense than any other country. And that's likely to remain the case regardless of who wins the presidential election. But the defense budget would be bigger under Romney than Obama.
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Auto shows these days are about as relevant as a dashboard cigarette lighter. But a careful observer can still pick up a thing or two.
Defunct factories around the country are in high demand as U.S. production once again revs up.
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