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- JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon will appear before Congress today to discuss the risky trading that cost his company billions of dollars. [Wall Street Journal]
- The Justice Department is conducting an antitrust investigation into U.S. cable television companies. [Wall Street Journal]
- House Democrats are looking to boost the budgets of the government’s main Wall Street regulators. [Bloomberg]
- Bankers claim that up to $800 million euros are leaving Greek banks daily, as the country heads towards a Sunday election. [Reuters]
- Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) said he isn’t yet ready to discuss a short term extension of transportation funding, though House Republicans are struggling to craft a long term funding package. [The Hill]
- Some U.S. towns are offering to pay off student loans as a way of recruiting new residents. [ABC News]