"Econ 101: May 23, 2012"
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- Two financial regulatory agencies have launched investigations into JP Morgan’s massive trading loss. [New York Times]
- Regulators are looking into reports that Morgan Stanley dampened Facebook’s IPO by sharing negative news about the company’s stock with some investors. [Los Angeles Times]
- European leaders will meet to address the continent’s woes a day after the OECD warned of severe recession threats. [Washington Post]
- The U.S. Chamber of Commerce plans to spend even more on the 2012 elections than it has in previous cycles. [Reuters]
- European banks aren’t prepared for a possible Greek exit from the Euro. [Bloomberg]
- The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will announce new rules regarding prepaid debit cards today. [New York Times]
- Despite economic improvements, many low-income Americans are still relying on credit cards to pay basic bills. [CNN Money]