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Dec 1, 2013

Trade With Precision (TWR) December 1, 2013: This Week's Market Outlook, Commentary Videos and Trading Videos.

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Watch this week's market commentary videos where Nick McDonald provides a market outlook for the week ahead on the Russell 2000 and US Equity Markets along with the US Dollar Index.
Also remember to register for this week's webinars:
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GATA | THE GATA DISPATCH December 1, 2013: Kitco News interviews GATA Chairman Murphy at San Francisco conference



Kitco News interviews GATA Chairman Murphy at San Francisco conference


7p ET Sunday, December 1, 2013
Daniela Cambone of Kitco News interviewed GATA Chairman Bill Murphy at the Metals and Minerals Investment Conference in San Francisco this week, covering the prospects for gold and silver amid continuing price suppression. The interview is a little more than 3 minutes long and can be watched at the Kitco Internet site here:
CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.

NYT | Asian Morning December 1, 2013:Thousands of Protesters in Ukraine Demand Leader's Resignation.

The New York Times
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Monday, December 2, 2013


Top News
Protesters clashed with the police outside the Ukrainian president's office in Kiev on Sunday.
Thousands of Protesters in Ukraine Demand Leader's Resignation

By DAVID M. HERSZENHORN

The largest showing of fury in 11 days over President Viktor F. Yanukovich's refusal to sign political and trade accords with the European Union came as signs of fissure emerged within the government.
Train cars were lying nearly on their sides after the derailment along the Hudson River.
4 Dead in Metro-North Train Derailment in the Bronx

By MATT FLEGENHEIMER and J. DAVID GOODMAN

More than 60 passengers were injured after several train cars went off the tracks near the Spuyten Duyvil station on Sunday morning in what was believed to be the deadliest train crash in New York City in more than two decades.
. Video  Video: Scene at the Derailed Metro-North Train Site
. Video: Cuomo's Comments | Map of the Derailment
Protesters seeking to take over the prime minister's office clashed with riot police officers in Bangkok.  An injured protester was helped from the scene.
Thai Protests Enter Volatile New Phase After Fatal Shootings

By THOMAS FULLER

At least four deaths, and the demonstrators' increasingly provocative moves, raised fears that the unrest could spread to other parts of Bangkok.
For more top news, go to INYT.com
Editors' Picks
Jeff Lewis Neal at BMW's plant in Greer, S.C.

BUSINESS

Video VIDEO: Creating Skilled Workers
Manufacturers say there is a critical shortage of trained workers in the United States. In South Carolina, a German company is training high school students in skilled labor through apprenticeships.
. Where Factory Apprenticeship Is Latest Model From Germany

OPINION | OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR

Migration Hurts the Homeland

By PAUL COLLIER

Many on the left don't understand that immigration takes away the brightest.
World
The rocket carried China's first robotic lunar rover, the six-wheeled Jade Rabbit, which will explore a part of the moon.
China Launches Moon Rover Mission

By CHRIS BUCKLEY

If the mission succeeds, China will be the third country to achieve a "soft" landing on the moon, one that allows a craft to operate after descending.
Attack on Funeral Kills at Least 12 in Iraq

By YASIR GHAZI

Three blasts struck mourners at a funeral in northern Iraq for a leader of the Sunni Awakening movement in Diyala Province.
The body of a would-be suicide bomber who never reached his target in Kandahar, Afghanistan.
Afghans Assail Karzai's Disparate Views on Killings

By ROD NORDLAND

Many Afghans have begun to complain that President Hamid Karzai besmirches the Americans for deadly drone strikes, while ignoring attacks by the Taliban.
For more world news, go to NYTimes.com/World
Business
Jeff Lewis Neal at BMW's plant in Greer, S.C.
Where Factory Apprenticeship Is Latest Model From Germany

By NELSON D. SCHWARTZ

Labor experts and government officials say that traditional apprenticeship programs, popular in Europe, could help sustain burgeoning growth in American factories.
. Video  Video: Creating Skilled Workers
Natalia Badán, a winery owner and longtime resident of the Guadalupe Valley, called a zoning change
A Rustic Paradise, Open for Development

By DAMIEN CAVE

New zoning rules will open northwestern Mexico's agricultural heartland to denser housing and golf courses, but there is concern that the Guadalupe Valley cannot sustain this intensified development.
Nanette Lepore, left, a Manhattan designer, says she can't afford to make low-cost clothing in the United States.

AMERICAN MADE

That 'Made in U.S.A.' Premium

By STEPHANIE CLIFFORD

Retailers and manufacturers say consumers' stated desire for clothing produced in the United States is often outweighed by a preference for the lower prices of foreign-made goods.
. Video  Video: American Made | Nanette Lepore
For more business news, go to INYT.com/Business
Technology
A passenger using her phone before a flight departs. A byproduct of having access to data while flying is that people may also be able to make calls.

DISRUPTIONS

Calling From the Clouds

By NICK BILTON

It may be difficult for passengers on flights to get what many want - access to cellular data - without getting what many don't want - the occasional Chatty Cathy in 21B.
A plant for recycling under construction west of Taipei. Recycling rates in Taiwan are among the highest in the world.
Short on Space, Taiwan Embraces a Boom in Recycling

By CAIN NUNNS

In a country that produces more electronics per capita than any other, commercial and government efforts have helped clean up the waste byproducts.
The computer engineer Barbie doll.

BITS BLOG

Shopping for a Girl? Consider Science and Engineering Toys

By CLAIRE CAIN MILLER

A small group of toymakers and others are trying to break gender stereotypes by making toys to get girls excited about science and engineering.
For more technology news, go to NYTimes.com/Tech
ADVERTISEMENT
Sports
Auburn toppled Alabama with a victory among the most improbable in the sport's history.

ON COLLEGE FOOTBALL

So Much for That Quiet Exit by the B.C.S.

By GREG BISHOP

Auburn's wild victory over Alabama sets the stage for one last national-title controversy before the new playoff system takes effect next season.
Chris Davis returning a missed 57-yard field-goal attempt for a score on the game's final play, giving Auburn a victory and a spot in the SEC title game.

AUBURN 34, ALABAMA 28

One Second Dooms No. 1 Alabama

By MIKE TIERNEY

Alabama was ambushed by Auburn on a last-second, length-of-the-field runback on the Crimson Tide's fourth missed field-goal attempt of the game.
. Interactive Box Score
In his career as a Yankee, Phil Hughes was 56-50 with a 4.54 earned run average.
Hughes and Twins Are Said to Agree to Three-Year Deal

By DAVID WALDSTEIN

The Yankees' Phil Hughes agreed to a three-year, $24 million deal with the Minnesota Twins, according to two American League executives familiar with the deal.
For more sports news, go to INYT.com/Sports
U.S. News
President Obama earlier this month met with navigators in Dallas hired to help people enroll through HealthCare.gov.
Obama Administration Says Health Care Website Is Vastly Improved

By ROBERT PEAR

Hundreds of software fixes and hardware upgrades later, the administration said that as many as 50,000 people can now use HealthCare.gov simultaneously.
ON THE DEFENSIVE  President Obama went to Boston on Oct. 30 to defend the health law and confront a new accusation: that he had lied about whether people could keep their insurance.
Inside the Race to Rescue a Health Care Site, and Obama

By SHERYL GAY STOLBERG and MICHAEL D. SHEAR

Out of a tense meeting grew a frantic effort aimed at rescuing not only the troubled insurance portal and President Obama's credibility, but also the Democratic philosophy that an activist government can solve complex social problems.
. Photographs  Slide Show: Confronting the Health Insurance Exchange's Problems
As Oil Floods Plains Towns, Crime Pours In

By JACK HEALY

With the new prosperity, soaring crime rates have come to places in Montana and North Dakota, straining law enforcement resources and shattering the sense of safety.
For more U.S. news, go to NYTimes.com/US
Opinion
Mark Bittman

OP-ED | MARK BITTMAN

¡Viva México!

By MARK BITTMAN

The government is taking on obesity with taxes on junk food and soda. Much of the money will go to public health.
Shmuel Rosner

OP-ED | SHMUEL ROSNER

A Prosecution Too Far

By SHMUEL ROSNER

Lieberman's acquittal was merely the latest defeat in a series of ill-advised, high-profile cases by Israeli prosecutors.
For more opinion, go to INYT.com/Opinion