"Econ 101: November 6, 2012"
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- It’s Election Day. Go vote!
- The total amount of contributions raised during the 2012 federal election will eclipse $4 billion. [CNN Money]
- The Department of Housing and Urban Development has ordered a 90 day moratorium on foreclosures in the states affected by Hurricane Sandy. [Bloomberg]
- Members of the G20 are rethinking plans to slash deficits dramatically in the coming years. [Financial Times]
- Rents are rising faster than home prices. [The Hill]
- The European Union and the European Central Bank are bickering over who is responsible for providing the next round of aid to Greece. [Wall Street Journal]
- The United Kingdom received a slew of bad economic news today. [Wall Street Journal]