"Econ 101: August 29, 2012"
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- Occupy Wall Street protesters plan to mark the movement’s first anniversary with a with a protest at the New York Stock Exchange. [Bloomberg]
- More U.S. corporations are reincorporating abroad in order to avoid taxes. [Wall Street Journal]
- Central bankers from around the world will meet in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, this week, but won’t be joined by European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi. [Financial Times]
- Banks are pushing for wider exemptions to the Volcker Rule, which is meant to prevent risky trading with federally backed dollars. [Reuters]
- The latest S&P/Case-Shiller index showed that home prices rose on an annual basis for the first time in two years. [Washington Post]
- Consumer confidence numbers took an unexpected dip last month. [The Hill]
- Despite the drought gripping the U.S., American farmers are on pace for their most profitable year ever. [Financial Times]