Econ 101: October 1, 2012

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  • A payroll tax cut implemented last year is likely to expire on schedule in January. [New York Times]
  • Eurozone unemployment has reached yet another record, hitting 11.4 percent in August. [Bloomberg]
  • A federal court has slowed down efforts to implement a key part of the Dodd-Frank financial reform law. [The Hill]
  • The World Trade Organization estimates that global trade will slow this year. [Wall Street Journal]
  • Occupy Wall Street protesters are planning to demonstrate on K Street in Washington, D.C. today. [Washington Post]
  • The number of business school graduates heading to Wall Street is dropping. [Financial Times]
  • General Motors is recalling 40,000 cars over concerns that they’ll leak fuel. [CNN Money]
  • The new Greek budget is based on the assumption that the country will experience a sixth year of recession. [Reuters]