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Category : Policymaking

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Is weaker loan demand a bad omen?

WASHINGTON — Banks appear to be increasingly skittish about making loans as credit quality is weakening in some areas. But experts are divided about whether
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Herman Cain buzz signals shift in Trump’s Fed strategy

WASHINGTON — Observers were caught by surprise by the news Thursday that President Trump is reportedly considering former 2012 Republican presidential candidate and fast-food business
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‘Can it be that these people take themselves seriously?’: Comments of the week

Bloomberg News On JPMorgan’s Jamie Dimon saying he supports tax hikes for the rich as long as the revenue is used wisely: “Well…pay more Jamie.
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Gregory Meeks to chair House financial institutions subcommittee

WASHINGTON — Rep. Gregory Meeks, D-N.Y., on Thursday was named chair of the House Financial Services subcommittee on consumer protection and financial institutions. The full
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'He let the gas out of her bloated, unruly lawsuit machine': Comments of the week

Readers react to Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s investigation into former acting Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Mick Mulvaney’s job talks, weigh Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s potential impact