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Here are the headlines that have greeted me in my first few minutes of consciousness this morning:

American Airlines files for bankruptcy as losses mount

States face a crushing economic outlook, fiscal survey says

Home Prices Decline

Businesses Scramble as Credit Tightens Across Europe

‘I fear German power less than I am beginning to fear German inactivity’

Militants Turn to Death Squads in Afghanistan

Radiation covers 8pc of Japan

On the bright side, Facebook seems to believe that it’s worth $100 billion. That’s good news for about 500 shareholders, anyway.

I shall now go to the breakfast table and see if I can do something about my blood sugar level. Maybe things won’t all seem so bad when I get back.

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