• So the central bank will not rush to reverse its long run of rate rises that have left investors squealing.

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  • They are squealing at the demanding targets they have been set but so far they are, more or less, hitting them.

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  • Muslim Brotherhood front groups like the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) are squealing like, well, stuck haram (or impure) pigs.

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  • "Jesus Is a Good Name to Moan" features squealing guitar feedback and demonstrations of its title, and "Deep Breathing" proves a more honest acoustic track.

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  • But exporters are squealing more loudly than importers are celebrating.

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  • Many lenders are squealing that more capital is not needed.

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  • The trade unions and his own Social Democratic left-wingers are already squealing about the government's plans to bring an element of private financing to Germany's pay-as-you-go state pensions, while the opposition has pulled out of the negotiations altogether.

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  • At a minimum, we will need much tighter federal oversight of the non-banks, and that is going to be hugely unpopular with Wall Street (though a bit of squealing from them is no bad thing for voters to hear).

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  • The first fight began as soon as they left the house: she has a memory of dozing through whole cycles of shouts and squealing and that odd, flat roar Shawn has started to produce whenever he truly loses himself and just rages.

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  • Think of the other disasters: Countrywide Financial, Washington Mutual and Wachovia, over which Citigroup is squealing like a stuck pig because it somehow wanted to buy Wachovia in a sweetheart deal just like JPMorgan CEO JamesDimonJamie Dimon, who got to bail out Bear Stearns at cents on the dollar with government guarantees.

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