"Econ 101: December 12, 2012"
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- President Obama told House Republicans that he is willing to include an overhaul of the corporate tax code in a larger budget deal. [Wall Street Journal]
- The Federal Reserve is expected to announce an expansion of its efforts to boost the economy today. [Reuters]
- FedEx has been systematically overcharging its customers for years. [Bloomberg]
- Sixteen school districts will share $400 million in the latest round of the Obama administration’s Race to the Top program. [Education Week]
- U.S. exports dropped by their largest amount in four years in October. [Wall Street Journal]
- Britain made its first arrests in connection with the LIBOR rate rigging scandal yesterday. [New York Times]
- Chinese investors have spent a record high $10.5 billion acquiring American companies this year. [CNN Money]
- Eurozone factory output continues to fall. [Reuters]