"Econ 101: May 29, 2012"
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- Wages for manufacturing workers aren’t keeping pace with inflation. [Wall Street Journal]
- The Federal Reserve is preparing to handle the fallout from Europe’s continuing economic problems [Wall Street Journal]
- The housing market this spring is on pace to be the strongest since the housing bubble burst. [Reuters]
- Spain’s prime minister says his country will not need international help to hold its banking system together. [Financial Times]
- Terence Flynn, a Republican member of the National Labor Relations Board, resigned amidst allegations that he leaked information to a person with ties to the Romney campaign. [Politico]
- In a sign that the U.S. labor market is improving, more workers are going on vacation. [Bloomberg]
- Lobbyists are gearing up for the farm bill, which is scheduled to come to the Senate floor in June. [The Hill]