"Econ 101: March 26, 2012"
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- Germany will finally agree this week to allow an increase in the Eurozone financial rescue fund. [Financial Times]
- How the bank lobby has successfully shifted debate over the Volcker rule, which is meant to rein in risky trading. [Bloomberg]
- Cheap labor in China no longer looks limitless to foreign businesses. [Reuters]
- Industries fear the impact of cuts to the Postal Service. [New York Times]
- The House Republican budget is scheduled to come to the floor this week. [The Hill]
- Senate Democrats plan to vote on the Buffett rule — a minimum tax for millionaires — in mid-April. [The Hill]
- Education Secretary Arne Duncan believes newspapers shouldn’t publish teacher ratings. [Education Week]
- Mega-bank Wells Fargo is refusing to turn over documentation to investigators looking into its sale of mortgage backed securities. [Associated Press]