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Today on Planet Money:

— The TED spread finally dropped below one this week. John Ewan, director of the British Bankers Association, helps us throw a party — starting with the LIBOR dance.

Ian Bremmer of Eurasia Group and Ken Rogoff of Harvard lead our search for somewhere, anywhere in the world where you won't feel like the economy is crashing around you. How about Liberia?

— After eight months of looking for a job in computers, Scott Somerfleck of Ft. Myers, Fla., has taken to putting up signs around town. He tells us why.

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