"Econ 101: September 6, 2012"
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- Greeks are opposed to deeper budget cuts demanded by their country’s creditors. [New York Times]
- The European Central Bank will formally unveil a new plan today to buy distressed eurozone debt. [Financial Times]
- Another trader is under investigation for participating in JP Morgan’s $9 billion trading debacle. [Reuters]
- Michigan’s Supreme Court ruled that a proposal to enshrine collective bargaining rights in the state’s constitution can appear on the ballot in November. [Wall Street Journal]
- The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development is predicting that Germany will fall into a recession during the second half of this year. [New York Times]
- Asking prices for homes last month hit their highest level since the recession. [The Hill]
- The Commodity Futures Trading Commission ignored warnings that banks were gaming a key interest rate 15 years ago. [American Banker]