"Econ 101: March 26, 2013"
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- Two Democratic lawmakers want to meet with banking regulators over botched foreclosure reviews related to the government’s mortgage settlement. [Reuters]
- Cyprus banks remain closed due to fears of a run on deposits. [Reuters]
- Senate Banking Committee Chairman Tim Johnson (D-SD) will not seek re-election in 2014. [The Hill]
- The Senate approved an amendment to end certain subsidies to “Too Big To Fail” banks. [The Hill]
- Nasdaq will pay $62 million to investors over problems with Facebook’s initial public offering last year. [Washington Post]
- The U.S. has made little progress in recent decades reducing unemployment for disabled workers. [Washington Post]
- Boeing is planning a final test flight to fix the batteries in its troubled Dreamliner aircraft. [Bloomberg]