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2014/08/28 21:05
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WASHINGTON (AP) � Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's assets rose in value by at least 8 percent during 2013, raising their total to between $5.3 million and $14.1 million, according to her latest...
2014/08/28 21:05
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2014/08/25 23:16
2014/08/25 23:16
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Municipal bonds will be excluded from the group of easily sellable assets that banks can use to show they’re able to survive a credit crunch, according to a person familiar with the rule. Regulators...
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2014/08/25 16:15
2014/08/25 16:15
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WASHINGTON ��The battle for the U.S. Senate this fall has important implications across the financial services spectrum. Candidates with influence on banking policy issues are locked in tight races,...
2014/08/25 15:21
2014/08/25 15:21
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WASHINGTON�� Municipal bond broker-dealer groups have spent nearly $5 million trying to influence federal lawmakers in recent months, using in-house lobbyists as well as outside firms and campaign...
2014/08/22 20:49
2014/08/22 20:49
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Janet Yellen won’t be getting a terribly warm welcome from the Senate side of the Capitol after the midterm elections. That’s because no matter who wins control of the chamber in November, the likely...
2014/08/20 21:22
2014/08/20 21:22
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The government-sponsored enterprises (GSEs) purchase home mortgages and then securitize them for sale on the secondary market, making mortgages cheaper and easier to get. The financial crisis of 2008,...
2014/08/19 21:45
2014/08/19 21:45
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Call it the no-raises recovery: Five years of economic expansion have done almost nothing to boost paychecks for typical American workers while the rich have gotten richer. “The bottom line is, we’re...
2014/08/19 14:19
2014/08/19 14:19
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Call it the no-raises recovery: Five years of economic expansion have done almost nothing to boost paychecks for typical American workers while the rich have gotten richer. Meager improvements since...
2014/08/18 07:53
2014/08/18 07:53
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WASHINGTON – The balance of power in the job market is shifting slowly toward employees from employers. Bob Funk sees it firsthand from his position as chief executive officer of staffing agency...
2014/08/15 18:49
2014/08/15 18:49
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A pair of academic studies, taken together, show the influence of money on politics and specifically the securities industry — as well as what can be done to limit that influence. One study, from...
2014/08/14 20:19
2014/08/14 20:19
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Then-San Antonio mayor Julian Castro testifies on Capitol Hill on June 17, before the Senate Banking Committee hearing on his nomination to be secretary of housing and urban development (Lauren...
2014/08/11 16:09
2014/08/11 16:09
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The balance of power in the job market is shifting slowly toward employees from employers. Bob Funk sees it firsthand from his position as chief executive officer of staffing agency Express...
2014/08/11 08:49
2014/08/11 08:49
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Stanley Fischer, former governor of the Bank of Israel and nominee to be vice chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve, listens during a Senate Banking Committee nomination hearing in Washington, D.C.,...
2014/08/09 15:37
2014/08/09 15:37
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Congress adjourned last week for its summer recess and, with elections scheduled in November, isn't expected to take any action until after voters weigh in. A look back at five key moments for South...
2014/08/08 00:17
2014/08/08 00:17
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FILE - This July 13, 2008 file photo shows Freddie Mac's corporate offices in McLean, Va. Freddie Mac reports quarterly financial results on Thursday, Aug. 7, 2014. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais,...
2014/08/04 19:06
2014/08/04 19:06
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Short-term interest-rate markets have for months priced in a slower tempo of increases than policy makers themselves forecast. That’s risky because the misalignment, a bet against a rate path that the...
2014/08/04 17:06
2014/08/04 17:06
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Pastor Steve Mason and his wife, Darnelle, have renewed hope after an outpouring of support has substantially decreased a $200,000 debt owed to student loan lenders. The Masons were left with...
2014/08/02 12:45
2014/08/02 12:45
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DETROIT AND WASHINGTON -- They call him "Wall Street Chuck" on Capitol Hill. He has raised hundreds of millions of dollars from banks and investment firms for the Democratic Party and showered the...
2014/07/31 15:49
2014/07/31 15:49
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Large banks may still have an advantage over small banks due to the perception they are “ too big to fail,” but that edge “may have declined or reversed” since the 2008 financial crisis, according to...
2014/08/28 21:05
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