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- Germany is pushing European leaders to embrace even tighter fiscal and policy consolidation. [Reuters]
- JP Morgan Chase, before it lost billions in a bungled trade, ignored warnings from shareholders that its risk controls were lacking. [New York Times]
- Mass transit use increased 5 percent in the first quarter of 2012. [CNN Money]
- The Senate is expected to take up a five-year farm and food aid bill this week. [Associated Press]
- May’s weak jobs report may spur the Federal Reserve to take new actions to boost the economy, much to the chagrin of Congressional Republicans. [The Hill]
- According to court documents filed Sunday evening, Bank of America failed to disclose key information to shareholders before its purchase of Merrill Lynch. [New York Times]
- Portugal is planning to inject $8 billion into its biggest banks to help them weather the euo crisis. [CNBC]