"Econ 101: June 25, 2012"
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- On Saturday this week, the current round of transportation infrastructure funding and the current low interest rate on federal student loans will both expire. [Politico]
- Spain today formally requested help recapitalizing its banks from other Euro zone countries. [Financial Times]
- European leaders will meet at a summit this week, in another attempt to solve the continent’s fiscal woes. [New York Times]
- China is looking less likely to achieve its 2012 growth target. [Reuters]
- Business groups are expecting Congress to approve a new trade bill with Russia. [The Hill]
- The Australian dollar may be becoming a safe haven currency. [CNBC]
- Most states are struggling to reach federal goals for education of English-language learners. [Education Week]