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- Federal regulators are widening their investigation into JP Morgan Chases’s recent trading debacle. [Wall Street Journal]
- President Obama is increasing pressure on European leaders to find a solution to the Eurozone’s fiscal problems. [New York Times]
- Euro-area unemployment has reached a new record high of 11.2 percent. [Bloomberg]
- Almost $100 billion euros in capital has left Spain in the first three months of this year. [Financial Times]
- First quarter economic growth in the U.S. was revised downward yesterday from 2.2 percent to 1.9 percent. [Financial Times]
- Republicans have proposed two ways to pay for extending the current interest rate on student loans, which is set to double on July 1. [Washington Post]
- California lawmakers said in a letter that they believe the top lawyer for the Federal Housing Finance Agency is more concerned about banks than helping homeowners. [Huffington Post]