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- Few homeowners who suffered water damage as a result of Hurricane Sandy have flood insurance. [Wall Street Journal]
- Congress may have to provide some emergency funding to deal with the cleanup from the hurricane. [Politico]
- The ongoing economic woes of Europe remain the biggest hurdle to world economic growth. [CNN Money]
- Spain is in no rush to seek more aid from the European Union. [Washington Post]
- Manufacturing activity expanded for the second straight month in October. [The Hill]
- Regulators have told four large, global banks that they must hold extra capital to guard against losses. [CNBC]
- Wells Fargo is challenging a lawsuit alleging that the bank engaged in fraudulent mortgage practices. [Washington Post]