"Econ 101: November 29, 2011"
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- European finance ministers are meeting today to try, once again, to nail down the details of a plan to stop the continent’s fiscal crisis. [Reuters]
- Senate Democrats yesterday officially introduced legislation to extend an expiring payroll tax cut, and pay for it with a surtax on millionaires. [New York Times]
- Private analysts are cutting their forecasts for China’s economic growth, “as home sales slide and Europe, the nation’s biggest export market, faces the risk of a recession.” [Bloomberg]
- Fitch Ratings yesterday lowered America’s credit rating outlook to negative. [Bloomberg]
- Protestors at Occupy Los Angeles “have turned to the federal courts to keep officers away after disobeying a city-imposed 12:01 a.m. deadline Monday to take down their camp.” [Associated Press]
- U.S. labor mediators have rejected claims that Delta Airlines interfered in a recent unionizing campaign. [Reuters]
- Senate Democrats plan to move a $1 trillion omnibus spending plan next month. [The Hill]
- Facebook is looking to make a $10 billion initial public offering next year, which will value the company at more than $100 billion. [CNBC]