The FDIC is asking big banks to pay up
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After the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. rescued depositors at failed banks, it's looking to replenish its insurance fund. Plus, why tax refunds are smaller this year.
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Inflation is better but still not good enough, and the debt ceiling drama continues. Marketplace host Kai Ryssdal, Jordyn Holman of The New York Times and Sudeep Reddy at Politico dig in.
Tax refunds are smaller this year — and fewer people are getting them
Blame the termination of benefits that came with pandemic emergency measures.
Private prisons anticipate business opportunity after Title 42
Two companies talked a lot about the ending of the Title 42 immigration policy in recent earnings calls.
One way to make banks safer? Make them "narrower."
Limiting riskier, illiquid investment could make banks and the financial system more stable — but the Federal Reserve isn’t so sure.
Just because it's an arcade, don't think it's all fun and games
Jamie York, owner of Game Underground, an arcade and video game store in Waltham, Massachusetts, chats about how business is going.
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