"Econ 101: April 16, 2013"
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- Gold posted its biggest one-day drop in 30 years Monday, falling to a two-year low. [Wall Street Journal]
- Senators unveiled their bipartisan immigration reform bill Tuesday. [Reuters]
- European leaders are split over whether to continue pursuing austerity or to seek both monetary and fiscal stimulus. [New York Times]
- The Smithsonian Museums will close some galleries due to sequestration. [Associated Press]
- The Senate sent its budget to the House, a step toward a conference to reconcile their separate proposals. [The Hill]
- Citigroup’s first quarter profits rose 30 percent. [Wall Street Journal]
- Foreign governments increased their purchases of American Treasury debt in February. [The Hill]