"Econ 101: May 25, 2012"
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- The Eurozone economy is contracting at the fastest pace in three years. [Financial Times]
- Bank lending fell in the last quarter, after almost a year of growth, while bank profits hit a five year high. [Wall Street Journal]
- More states are moving towards establishing independent tax tribunals to handle tax disputes. [Reuters]
- What would a Greek exit from the Eurozone mean for the U.S.? [Reuters]
- A top economists is pushing Congress to pass legislation that would help homeowners refinance their mortgages. [The Hill]
- Morgan Stanley will give refunds to some investors who overpaid for Facebook stock during the company’s initial public offering. [Associated Press]
- The Securities and Exchange Commission has completed its investigation into Lehman Brothers’ actions during the financial crisis and has decided not to move forward with fraud charges. [Bloomberg]