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- The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau will release new rules today to govern how mortgage servicers treat borrowers. [Wall Street Journal]
- The latest data from the Federal Reserve shows that the so-called “fiscal cliff” didn’t hold back economic growth. [Financial Times]
- Foreclosures hit a six-year low in December. [Reuters]
- Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley will pay $557 million in a settlement over foreclosure abuses. [The Hill]
- The FAA grounded the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, citing concerns about battery malfunctions. [Wall Street Journal]
- Manufacturing jobs are growing, but unionized factory jobs are not. [Washington Post]
- China is planning to make a $250 billion per year investment in its higher education system. [New York Times]