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Facebook is watching you and Jamie Dimon vs. Sen. Elizabeth Warren

After a solid rally yesterday the market is taking it easy today, trading (^DJI, ^GSPC, ^IXIC) about as flat as they come through midday.

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Here are some of the other stories Yahoo Finance is keeping an eye on today. 

The return of inflation?
After years of depressed prices, PIMCO is warning the situation is about to change. Tony Crescenzi, Executive Vice President and Market Strategist at the bond giant says labor costs are a big part of their call.

Jamie Dimon vs. Sen. Elizabeth Warren
It's a heavyweight battle in the banking world. JPMorgan Chase (JPM) CEO Jamie Dimon and banking regulation advocate Senator Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., are going toe to toe. It started with Dimon being quoted as saying Warren really didn't understand the global banking system. Yahoo Finance reached out to Sen. Warren for comment and we will update you when we have it.

The importance of computer code
How big is computer coding?  So big, apparently, that Bloomberg is devoting an entire double-edition of its Businessweek magazine to what it calls "de-mystifying" coding.

Mark Zuckerberg is watching you
The latest twist on how it seems our every move is being watched. Facebook (FB) is offering to stores a Bluetooth device that recognizes when a Facebook user with a smartphone is nearby. The device can then send information about the store to the user's phone and the location of that user back to Facebook.

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