"Econ 101: November 13, 2012"
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- The U.S. could become the world’s largest oil producer by 2020. [Wall Street Journal]
- Democrats are examining a cap on tax deductions like that suggested by Mitt Romney. [New York Times]
- House Democrats are starting to push for an extension of the unemployment benefits scheduled to expire at the end of the year. [The Hill]
- The Senate has pushed back consideration of a bill that would help troubled homeowners refinance. [The Hill]
- President Obama will meet with 12 CEOs on Wednesday to discuss the federal budget. [Wall Street Journal]
- The National Flood Insurance program will likely run out of money in the wake of Hurricane Sandy. [New York Times]
- Eurozone finance ministers have delayed releasing Greece’s latest tranche of financial aid. [Financial Times]
- UK lawmakers are upset at the “outrageous” tax avoidance engaged in by some of the world’s largest corporations. [CNBC]