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- President Obama will officially nominate Thomas Perez as his next Labor Secretary today. [Washington Post]
- Cyprus is struggling to avoid a bank run as it seeks to finance a bailout. [Bloomberg]
- Wall Street made millions of dollars in fees off of Detroit’s financial crisis. [Bloomberg]
- Federal regulators are investigating whether high-speed traders are intentionally distorting markets. [Wall Street Journal]
- Strike Debt, an offshoot of Occupy Wall Street, has abolished $1.1 million in debt for more than 1,000 people. [CNN Money]
- Two prominent attorneys general are calling on Obama to fire Federal Housing Finance Agency director Ed DeMarco. [New York Times]
- Economists are calling on the United Kingdom to use spending to boost its economy. [CNBC]