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Econ 101: October 25, 2011

By Pat Garofalo on October 25, 2011 at 8:00 am

"Econ 101: October 25, 2011"

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  • President Obama “will take executive action to help military veterans find work, bypassing congressional Republicans to show voters he is serious about creating jobs.” [Reuters]
  • Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett (R) “declared a fiscal emergency for Harrisburg on Monday, putting the state one step closer to a takeover of its capital city.” [Reuters]
  • House Democrats said yesterday that new Obama administration foreclosure prevention efforts don’t “go nearly far enough to help the millions of homeowners still struggling from the housing bust.” [The Hill]
  • Banks that hold Greek government bonds “have ‘nothing approaching a done deal yet’ with the European Union on how much of a loss to take on Greek debt.” [CNBC]
  • New York Federal Reserve Bank President William Dudley said yesterday “that the central bank could take further action to try to boost economic growth, including more securities purchases.” [Wall Street Journal]
  • CEO compensation “now exceeds pre-recession levels” but the majority of corporate shareholders “don’t seem to mind.” [Huffington Post]
  • According to a new study, “the housing crisis has made young people less confident in the idea of homeownership, while its had the opposite effect on older Americans.” [Huffington Post]

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