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Econ 101: October 22, 2012

By Pat Garofalo and Travis Waldron on October 22, 2012 at 8:00 am

"Econ 101: October 22, 2012"

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  • Some Democrats are looking to extend the payroll tax cut that is scheduled to expire in 2013. [Financial Times]
  • Greece’s economy is projected to contract by another 4 percent next year. [Bloomberg]
  • Sales of existing homes fell slightly in November. [The Hill]
  • China’s government is reportedly looking to implement “ambitious” economic reforms after its upcoming leadership change. [Reuters]
  • The Eurozone’s collective deficit fell last year, but that didn’t stop public debt from rising. [Reuters]
  • European leaders expect to craft a deal to rescue Spain’s banks by the end of the year. [New York Times]
  • Facebook campaign advertisements aren’t effective, according to a new study. [The Hill]

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