"Econ 101: November 8, 2012"
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- The Greek unemployment rate hit a new record high as the country’s lawmakers approved a new round of austerity measures. [Wall Street Journal]
- Economists predict that Germany is headed for a recession. [CNBC]
- There were 3.4 unemployed workers for every available job opening in September. [Marketwatch]
- Home prices rose 7.6 percent over the last year, the largest increase since 2006. [Wall Street Journal]
- China’s ruling party began its transition to a new set of leaders today. [CNN Money]
- The European Union and China are having a trade dispute over solar panels. [Reuters]
- Business leaders are urging Congress to punt on the so-called “fiscal cliff.” [The Hill]
- The New York Attorney General is investigating whether Craigslist facilitated price gouging in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. [Associated Press]