"Econ 101: October 9, 2012"
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- The International Monetary Fund downgraded its estimates for this year’s global economic growth. [Washington Post]
- Half of Wall Street employees expect a bigger bonus this year than they received last year. [Bloomberg]
- High gas prices prompted Gov. Jerry Brown (D-CA) to relax some of his state’s smog regulations. [Bloomberg]
- International lenders are considering giving Greece two more years to comply with the terms of its bailout. [Reuters]
- A congressional report released yesterday recommended that two Chinese telecom companies be barred from doing business in the U.S. due to national security. [The Hill]
- The number of people worldwide who don’t get enough to eat has been steadily declining for two decades. [Associated Press]
- Iraq’s oil output is likely to more than double over the next decade. [Financial Times]