Updates: Dubai Debt Fears, Harrisburg Bond Payment, Europe Junk Bonds, Poland Real Estate, Greece, China Growth and Ford (2/14)

Dubai stock market falls on debt fears (BBC)
Dubai Stocks Drop Most in Almost 3 Weeks on Dubai World Report (Bloomberg)
Japan’s Economy Grows Faster-Than-Anticipated 4.6% (Update3)  (Bloomberg)
The Muni Time Bomb Is Set As Harrisburg Contemplates A March 1 Chapter 9 Filing (ZeroHedge)
Europe Junk Bonds Shrug Off Greece to Beat U.S.: Credit Markets (BusinessWeek)
(US) Investors abandon junk bonds (Financial Times)
The New Generation Leaving Ireland (BusinessWeek)
China’s Growth May Top 11% Even as Officials Rein in Lending (Bloomberg)
Greece to resist push for greater austerity (Financial Times)
UPDATE 2-Ford to launch new Mercury small car in 2011 (Reuters)
Investors brace for the next overseas surprise (AP)
Poland shows signs of real estate recovery (Financial Times)
RBS stuck with German portfolio (FT Alphaville)
*Utah Proposes Scrapping 12th Grade; Nevada Rations Diapers; Harrisburg Heads For Bankruptcy; NBA Lockouts Loom (Mish's Global Economics)