"Econ 101: February 21, 2012"
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- Eurozone leaders have cut a deal to give Greece a €130 billion bailout, with Athens committing to deep budget cuts and Greek bondholders accepting stiff losses. [Reuters]
- Congress’ approval of a deal to extend the payroll tax cut may mean that the debt limit will need to be raised again before the November election. [The Hill]
- High school dropouts continue to fall behind, even as the economy mends. [Wall Street Journal]
- Could oil prices pass their record 2008 highs? [Financial Times]
- The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is taking aim at fine print. [CNN Money]
- Congressional Republicans and the White House inch towards a corporate tax overhaul. [The Hill]
- How money meant to aid homeowners will instead go towards demolishing vacant homes. [Huffington Post]