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- The Senate is scheduled to begin voting today on 73 amendments to this year’s farm bill. [Washington Post]
- Leaders of Greece’s New Democracy party, the winner of Sunday’s election, said they plan to ask for an easing of the country’s austerity program soon. [Reuters]
- President Obama said yesterday at a meeting of the G-20 that he is “encouraged” by Europe’s steps to address its financial woes. [Associated Press]
- JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon will appear on Capitol Hill today for the second time in two weeks, this time before the House Financial Services Committee. [Bloomberg]
- Federal Reserve officials will meet today to discuss whether the U.S. economy requires additional support. [New York Times]
- The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is set to officially release a new database of Americans’ credit card complaints. [Washington Post]