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- The federal government will extend a program to help homeowners refinance their mortgages for another two years. [TWall Street Journal]
- Top House Democrat James Clyburn (SC) is “not for the Obama budget” because of Social Security reforms. [The Hill]
- A bipartisan group of senators plan to introduce an immigration reform bill Tuesday. [Reuters]
- A high-speed trader is in consideration to oversee trading and markets for the Securities and Exchange Commission. [Bloomberg]
- Americans are spending more of their annual pay on homes as housing values rise and paychecks fail to keep up. [Washington Post]
- Eurozone finance ministers are meeting this weekend to discuss bailouts and the continent’s economy. [New York Times]
- Retail sales slumped again in March. [Wall Street Journal]