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Divided Decade

Divided Decade: How the financial crisis changed politics

by Tommy Andres Dec 18, 2018
Did saving the financial system break the political system?
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The Volcker rule, explained

by Kimberly Adams May 30, 2018
Today, the Federal Reserve is scheduled to take a step toward revising the Volcker rule. That’s the regulation, hated by the big banks, that limits risky trading practices. The Fed is one of five federal agencies that needs to weigh…

Fed Board of Governors to consider changes to Volcker rule

by , and May 29, 2018
The Federal Reserve on Wednesday is expected to take up a proposal to relax the Volcker rule. That’s the measure passed in 2010 as part of the Dodd-Frank financial reform law. Big banks say the Volcker rule, which is designed…

Small and midsize banks could get a big boost under new banking bill

by Kimberly Adams May 23, 2018
Only the biggest financial institutions will be required to hold extra cash reserves to counterbalance risk.

House approves partial rollback of some Dodd-Frank regulations. Are we ready?

by Kimberly Adams May 22, 2018
The House of Representatives Tuesday approved a bill that dials back some of the banking regulations put in place after the financial crisis. Among other things, it raises the threshold for which banks are considered to be big (“systemically important…
Divided Decade

“The enemy is forgetting”: Bernanke, Geithner and Paulson on why we must remember the 2008 financial crisis

by Kai Ryssdal and Jana Kasperkevic Mar 19, 2018
The former officials coordinated the nation's response, one they say would be a challenge in today's political climate.
Former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, former president of the New York Federal Reserve and former Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, and former Federal Reserve Chair Ben Bernanke.
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Divided Decade

Could the 2008 financial crisis happen again?

by , and Mar 14, 2018
Economists look back on the 2008 financial crisis and the changes in banking regulation that have occurred since.
Midtown buildings are reflected in a window at Bear Stearns headquarters March 24, 2008 in New York City. 
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Divided Decade

Bear Stearns employees: "Poor, smart and had a deep desire to be rich"

by David Brancaccio Mar 14, 2018
New York Times reporter Kate Kelly discussed the types of people who worked at Bear Stearns, including CEO Jimmy Cayne.
A man walks out of Bear Stearns headquarters on March 24, 2008 in New York City.
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Fallout from Dodd-Frank rollback

by Renata Sago Mar 8, 2018
Fair housing advocates are concerned about a pending vote in the Senate that would relax banking rules on reporting loan data. Click the audio player above to hear the full story. 

Is the banking bill good for consumers?

by Aaron Schrank Mar 7, 2018
A Senate bill that would roll back some banking restrictions passed in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis is moving forward with bipartisan support. Seventeen Democrats voted along with Republicans on Tuesday to allow the banking bill to proceed…