Econ 101: June 29, 2012

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"Econ 101: June 29, 2012"

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  • Euro zone leaders agreed today to emergency actions to bring down Italy and Spain’s borrowing costs. [CNBC]
  • European leaders also agreed to create a single supervisory board for Euro zone banks. [Reuters]
  • Congress may vote today on a package of legislation that includes transportation funding and prevents student loan interest rates from rising. [Associated Press]
  • Corporate profits declined last quarter for the first time since the recession. [New York Times]
  • President Obama has threatened to veto this year’s defense appropriations bill because it violates spending levels set in last year’s debt ceiling deal. [The Hill]
  • The Supreme Court’s health care ruling has implications for education spending. [Education Week]
  • The New York City Council voted to override Mayor Mike Bloomberg’s veto of a living wage bill. [Wall Street Journal]
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