"Econ 101: February 8, 2012"
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- Many members of Congress are displeased by the Postal Service’s choice to end Saturday delivery. [Washington Post]
- Democrats are once again calling on President Obama to replace the acting director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency, Ed DeMarco. [Reuters]
- Members of the European Union are still trying to craft a new seven year budget. [New York Times]
- EU leaders also agreed to forge ahead with a trade pact with the U.S. [Reuters]
- Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is not backing down in her support for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. [Bloomberg]
- Apple is under pressure to begin using its $137 billion stockpile of cash. [Financial Times]
- German exports hit a record high in 2012. [Associated Press]
- Boeing may have to wait a long time before its Dreamliner is allowed to fly again. [Washington Post]