"Econ 101: March 21, 2013"
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- The Federal Reserve announced that it will continue its efforts to stimulate the economy. [Reuters]
- The Senate passed its version of a budget resolution to avoid a government shutdown. [New York Times]
- House Republicans will vote on the Ryan budget plan today. [The Hill]
- New efforts to fund a bailout of Cyprus’ financial sector were rejected Wednesday. [Wall Street Journal]
- Michigan unions are rushing to complete new bargaining agreements before the state’s “right-to-work” law takes effect next week. [Wall Street Journal]
- The White House notified Congress that it plans to begin trade talks with the European Union. [Reuters]
- Great Britain will stick with austere policies even as it reduced its economic growth forecast again. [CNN Money]