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- Mobile phones make economies grow faster. [Quartz]
- European finance ministers and the International Monetary Fund have struck a deal that will allow Greece to access its latest round of international aid. [New York Times]
- The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development cut its forecast for economic growth in the developed world. [Financial Times]
- President Obama this week will publicly make his case for allowing tax increases on the wealthy. [Associated Press]
- Europe will likely follow the U.S.’s lead and delay new bank capital rules. [Reuters]
- Mary Schapiro is stepping down as Chair of the Securities and Exchange Commission; she’ll be replaced by SEC Commissioner Elisse Walter. [The Hill]
- No, Powerball doesn’t boost the economy. [CNN Money]