"Econ 101: May 3, 2012"
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- President Obama pledged to create 110,000 summer jobs for young workers. [Reuters]
- Regulators are making progress on the Volcker Rule and could have it completed sooner than expected. [New York Times]
- Congress will not have to raise the debt limit before the election, according to Treasury. [The Hill]
- A federal judge preliminarily approved a class-action settlement with BP over the 2010 Gulf oil spill. [Wall Street Journal]
- Food safety reforms signed by Obama last year have yet to be implemented. [Washington Post]
- Europe’s central bank will fend off calls for it to do more to help struggling economies at a meeting in Spain today. [Reuters]
- Chrysler will skip its summer shutdown to meet demand for new cars. [CNN Money]
- A spike in disabled workers is partly responsible for the declining labor force. [Bloomberg]