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Econ 101: November 5, 2012

By Pat Garofalo and Travis Waldron on November 5, 2012 at 8:00 am

"Econ 101: November 5, 2012"

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  • Greek workers are launching a three-day strike against austerity today. [Associated Press]
  • Wall Street bonuses are expected to increase slightly this year. [CNBC]
  • Switzerland is being pressures by its European neighbors to give up on decades of bank secrecy. [Washington Post]
  • The effects of Hurricane Sandy may hamper retailers’ ability to stock their shelves for the holidays. [New York Times]
  • New York and New Jersey are working to find housing for tens of thousands of residents displaced by Hurricane Sandy. [Financial Times]
  • The credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s was found guilty in an Australian court of misleading investors. [Financial Times]
  • American parents owe a combined $100 million in unpaid child support. [CNN Money]

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