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Econ 101: November 15, 2012

By Pat Garofalo and Travis Waldron  

"Econ 101: November 15, 2012"

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Welcome to ThinkProgress Economy’s morning link roundup. This is what we’re reading. Have you seen any interesting news? Let us know in the comments section. You can also follow ThinkProgress Economy on Twitter.

  • The Eurozone economy contracted in the third quarter, sending the continent into its second recession since 2009. [CNN Money]
  • The Chinese Communist Party today formally unveiled its new slate of leaders, headed by Xi Jinping. [New York Times]
  • According to a Congressional investigation, failed financial firm MF Global misled regulators over the size of complex bets it was making. [Financial Times]
  • A new survey predicts that recent college grads will have a slightly easier time finding a job this year. [Associated Press]
  • Fewer homes are entering the foreclosure process than were a year ago, according to the foreclosure listing firm RealtyTrac. [Associated Press]
  • Two Republican senators are blocking a nominee to the Treasury Department over questions regarding an unrelated regulatory matter. [The Hill]
  • The Senate Committee On Homeland Security And Governmental Affairs has delayed voting on a bill that would make implementing new financial regulations more difficult. [Huffington Post]

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