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Sep 9, 2012

ICE FUTURES U.S.:Weekly Analysis of US Equity and Currency Markets.

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Nick McDonald of Trade With Precision presents a concise technical analysis of these U.S. Equity and Currency  markets for the week ahead, using the Russell 2000® index and the ICE US Dollar Index® as pivotal focuses.

NYT Global Update -September 9, 2012-.: Construction at Forefront of Slowdown in China

The New York Times International Herald Tribune
September 9, 2012

Global Update



TOP NEWS

Construction at Forefront of Slowdown in China

By KEITH BRADSHER
As the government released more data showing sputtering growth, developers and builders said they had decelerated construction to the slowest pace possible without setting off default clauses.

A Challenging Week for the Euro Zone

By JACK EWING and MELISSA EDDY
A German court ruling and an election in the Netherlands are among the factors this week that could affect efforts to stabilize economies in the euro zone.

Study Points to Tighter Pairing of Drugs and Cancer Patients

By GINA KOLATA
Research on a common lung cancer could foretell a type of treatment in which drugs - many of which are in the pipeline already - are chosen to match the genetic mutation in each patient.
World

Slide Show: Afghans Wary in Push for Mineral Riches

Afghanistan's estimated $1 trillion in untapped mineral resources seems imperiled by corruption and violence.
Opinion

Opinion

What Happens When the Two Israels Meet

By SHANI BOIANJIU
The expiration of the law exempting ultra-Orthodox Jews from serving in the Israeli army places female soldiers in a more uncertain position.
WORLD

Death Sentence for Sunni on Day of Violence in Iraq

By OMAR AL-JAWOSHY and MICHAEL SCHWIRTZ
Tariq al-Hashemi, accused of commanding sectarian death squads, was sentenced hours after a wave of attacks killed more than 50 people across the country.

Syria Criticizes France's Support of Rebels

By DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK
Days after the French government said that it would provide assistance directly to Syrian rebels, Syria accused France of undermining the new United Nations envoy.

Potential for a Mining Boom Splits Factions in Afghanistan

By GRAHAM BOWLEY
With a trillion-dollar cache of oil, gold and other resources underground, hopes of self-sufficiency in Afghanistan are tempered by worries about corruption and security.
BUSINESS

Portuguese Chafe as Government Examines Privatizing Broadcaster

By ERIC PFANNER
The Portuguese government, seeking to meet austerity targets, has considered shutting down or privatizing RTP, the public broadcaster that runs two of its four main TV channels.

Game Maker Without a Rule Book

By NICK WINGFIELD
Valve, the uncorporate but influential video game company, thinks it may be onto the next big thing in games: wearable computing.

Searching for a Speed Limit in High-Frequency Trading

By NATHANIEL POPPER
From their small brokerage firm, two men have led the fight against the surge of computer-driven, high-frequency trading on Wall Street.
TECHNOLOGY
Unboxed

Tech's New Wave, Driven by Data

By STEVE LOHR
Fueled by hardware and software improvements, data-driven discovery is expected to transform a plethora of fields.

Spreading the Word (and Pictures) on 'Real' Sex

By CARA BUCKLEY
Cindy Gallop has started a site that shows films made by real people having real - not porno - sex.
Workstation

In Defense of the Power of Paper

By PHYLLIS KORKKI
Though surrounded by computer terminals, many office workers still have practical reasons for using pen and paper in their daily tasks.
SPORTS

Djokovic Dominates Ferrer to Set Up Showdown With Murray

By GREG BISHOP
When their semifinal match was postponed Saturday because of weather, David Ferrer led, 5-2, in the first set. When it resumed Sunday, Novak Djokovic battered Ferrer throughout.

Running Toward Rio Takes a Latin Tinge

By ROB HUGHES
Qualification matches for the 2014 World Cup began in earnest over the weekend, with several Latin American players returning to their home countries to lead their national teams.

Players State Case Over Prize Money

By CHRISTOPHER CLAREY
The top men's tennis players, led by Roger Federer, remain intent on applying major financial pressure on the Grand Slam tournaments next year, beginning with the Australian Open in January.
U.S. NEWS

Mow Yard. Drop Off Kids. Take a Drive on Mars.

By BROOKS BARNES
As one member of the team that operates the remote rover Curiosity at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory put it, "Last night I drove on Mars, today I mowed the lawn - it's completely surreal."

More Choice, and More Confusion, in Quest for Healthy Eating

By KIM SEVERSON
Even as a recent study questions some of the basis for considering organic food superior, the emphasis is shifting toward a more general quest for locally grown and natural.

Doubts as Portland Weighs Fluoride and Its Civic Values

By KIRK JOHNSON
In Portland, Ore., the largest American city not fluoridating its water, a decision involves questions of personal choice and societal burden.
OPINION
Opinion

Obama's English

By H. SAMY ALIM and GENEVA SMITHERMAN
President Obama's selective use of black speaking styles gives him a linguistic advantage over Mitt Romney.
Op-Ed Columnist

The Magic Is Gone

By ROSS DOUTHAT
The Charlotte convention made it clear that the president is out of ideas.

NYT Today's Headlines -September 9, 2012-.: Potential for a Mining Boom Splits Factions in Afghanistan

The New York Times
September 9, 2012

Today's Headlines



TOP NEWS

Potential for a Mining Boom Splits Factions in Afghanistan

By GRAHAM BOWLEY
With a trillion-dollar cache of oil, gold and other resources underground, hopes of self-sufficiency in Afghanistan are tempered by worries about corruption and security.

Dispute Over Costs Delays Opening of 9/11 Museum

By CHARLES V. BAGLI
Because of a disagreement between Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, a museum at ground zero will not open even by next year's anniversary of the attacks.
Political Memo

Five Crucial Factors to Watch, Just 58 Days From the Election

By JEFF ZELENY and JIM RUTENBERG
Two months before the election, President Obama and Mitt Romney agree on at least one thing: the collection of states where the race will be decided.
QUOTATION OF THE DAY
"You are going to pay it, or you are going to die with it."
JOHN ULZHEIMER, a credit monitoring adviser, noting that there is no statute of limitations on collecting federally guaranteed student loans.

Magazine

Interactive Feature: Bug Beauty Contest

Which of these critters from Mozambique is the best-looking?
Opinion
Opinion

A Terrifying Way to Discipline Children

My daughter was one of tens of thousands of students isolated or restrained by teachers.
POLITICS

Obama, Stumping in Florida, Tries to Turn Focus to Medicare From Jobs

By HELENE COOPER
President Obama's advisers have indicated that they are eager to re-engage their opponents on their Medicare plan, while the Romney camp would prefer to talk about the economy.
The Caucus

Romney to Appear on 'Meet the Press'

By ASHLEY PARKER
In an interview on "Meet the Press" to be aired on Sunday morning, Mitt Romney praised former President Bill Clinton's speech at the Democratic National Convention and criticized President Obama over defense cuts.
The Caucus

Obama Makes Birth Certificate Joke

By HELENE COOPER
Introduced to a boy born in Hawaii, President Obama flashed the shaka sign and jokingly asked the child for his birth certificate.
BUSINESS
Degrees of Debt

Debt Collectors Cashing In on Student Loan Roundup

By ANDREW MARTIN
The Department of Education last year paid $1.4 billion to collection agencies to hunt down defaulters, a group that includes nearly one in six borrowers with a loan balance.

Searching for a Speed Limit in High-Frequency Trading

By NATHANIEL POPPER
From their small brokerage firm, two men have led the fight against the surge of computer-driven, high-frequency trading on Wall Street.

Game Maker Without a Rule Book

By NICK WINGFIELD
Valve, the uncorporate but influential video game company, thinks it may be onto the next big thing in games: wearable computing.
EDITORIALS
Editorial

Simple Treatments, Ignored

Too often, our dysfunctional health care system is failing to control high blood pressure.
Editorial

Elephant Slaughter

China's lust for illegal ivory has turned Africa into a poachers' playground.
Editorial

The Constitution on Skid Row

Federal courts have rightly sided with the homeless whose personal property was seized by Los Angeles city employees.
SUNDAY REVIEW
News Analysis

How Resilient Is Post-9/11 America?

By THOM SHANKER and ERIC SCHMITT
Can the United States learn resilience without suffering the repeated murderous attacks that have bloodied such nations as Israel and Britain?
ON THIS DAY
On Sept. 9, 1976, Communist Chinese leader Mao Tse-tung died in Beijing at age 82.