"Econ 101: March 27, 2012"
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- House Republicans dropped plans to approve a short-term reauthorization of transportation funding; the current round of funding expires on March 31. [Washington Post]
- For the first time, total U.S. exports to China have topped $100 billion. [Politico]
- Stockton, California, may be headed for the biggest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history. [Time]
- Deutsche Bank has agreed to pay $32.5 million to settle claims that it lied about mortgage securities it sold. [Bloomberg]
- Executives want the Federal Reserve to release all of its methodology for the stress tests that it performed on the nation’s biggest banks. [Wall Street Journal]
- How debt collectors are profiting from the explosion in student loans. [Bloomberg]
- A survey shows that eight in ten school districts say they are inadequately funded. [CNN Money]
- The ultra-conservative Republican Study Committee will release its budget today. [The Hill]