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News Roundup | June 5, 2012

Here’s a roundup of this morning’s must-read budget and economic stories:

According to The Wall Street Journal, debate over the future of the Federal Reserve’s involvement in the economy is sharpened with a recent weak jobs report.

The Washington Post reports that the GSA has given more than $1 million in bonuses to 84 employees under investigation.

As the Euro Zone struggles with the fiscal crisis, the European Central Bank looks to future of European Union. The Washington Post and New York Times have the details.

The Group of Seven is to hold emergency conferences on the Euro Zone debt crisis, reports Reuters.

On the Opinion pages: Robert Altman discuses the Euro Zone’s approach to financial chaos. While David Brooks explores why this generation has a “debt indulgence.”

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