"Econ 101: April 23, 2013"
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- The Senate overwhelmingly voted in favor of advancing legislation that would tax online sales. [Reuters]
- The European Union’s president called for limiting immediate austerity efforts. [Wall Street Journal]
- Seven large banks will reduce the size of executive bonuses tied to performance targets, a change long sought by regulators. [Wall Street Journal]
- Existing home sales fell slightly in March, coming in well short of expectations. [Washington Post]
- A top American regulator called for replacing the LIBOR benchmark interest rate that was at the center of last year’s rate-rigging scandal. [Huffington Post]
- Chinese manufacturing growth slowed in April, leading to concerns that its economy is beginning to falter. [Bloomberg]
- Boeing’s troubled Dreamliners are expected to begin flying again next week. [Reuters]