"Econ 101: March 1, 2012"
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- The Occupy Wall Street movement gets set to remind everyone it hasn’t disappeared. [Inside Higher Ed]
- Home prices fell to new lows in December, according to the latest data from the Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller index. [Wall Street Journal]
- China reduced its holdings of U.S. debt fell last year for the first time since records were first kept in 2001. [Bloomberg]
- Bank of America is set to unveil a host of new fees. [Wall Street Journal]
- Stockton, California is trying to avoid becoming the largest American city to declare bankruptcy. [New York Times]
- One in four homes sold last year was in some stage of foreclosure. [CNN Money]
- A group of Democrats has vowed to prevent any more budget cuts aimed at federal workers. [The Hill]
- The former CEO of Bear Stearns who oversaw the firm’s epic collapse during the financial crisis says there’s “not much” he would do differently. [Huffington Post]