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- The Obama administration said yesterday that it would accept a stopgap increase in the debt limit. [Wall Street Journal]
- Economists believe that a prolonged debt ceiling debate is a bad idea. [The Hill]
- A Senate committee plans to hold a hearing on the Federal Aviation Authority’s decision to let Boeing use an airplane battery that is highly flammable. [Reuters]
- Many corporations’ “foreign” cash is actually kept right in the U.S. [Wall Street Journal]
- UK Prime Minister David Cameron proposed letting British citizens vote on whether their country stays in the European Union. [Washington Post]
- Spain’s recession deepened after its latest round of austerity cuts. [Bloomberg]
- Ron Kirk will step down as the top U.S. trade official in February. [Reuters]