Econ 101: May 30, 2012

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  • According to a new poll, most Greeks want the terms of their country’s international financial rescue to be revised. [Bloomberg]
  • The National Bank of Greece warned that an exit from the euro could cause Greeks to lose half of their annual income. [Associated Press]
  • JP Morgan Chase is selling $25 billion in profitable securities in order to offset a huge trading loss it sustained earlier this year. [Reuters]
  • The percentage of Americans between the ages of 25 and 54 who have jobs is the lowest its been in nearly a quarter century. [Washington Post]
  • Eight more states received exemptions from parts of the No Child Left Behind education law, bringing the total number of states that have received waivers to 19. [Wall Street Journal]
  • A whistleblower who found that Bank of America was inflating appraisals of government backed loans will receive $14.5 million. [Reuters]
  • The odds are not good that the government will move forward with criminal prosecutions related to the 2008 financial crisis. [New York Times]