"Econ 101: October 12, 2012"
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- The European Union has been awarded the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize, even as it struggles with an ongoing economic crisis. [Associated Press]
- The EU is considering delaying the implementation of a slew of new bank regulations. [Bloomberg]
- Despite the labor market’s recent improvements, there are still 3.5 unemployed workers for every available job opening. [Wall Street Journal]
- A new estimate shows the cost of the Troubled Asset Relief Program declining 25 percent to $24 billion. [CNN Money]
- The oil industry is suing to block new disclosure requirements included in the Dodd-Frank financial reform law. [The Hill]
- The U.S. levied tariffs on China this week for selling solar panels below “fair value.” [The Hill]
- Bank of America’s “independent” foreclosure review is not so independent. [ProPublica]