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Final Note

The bond market does what it wants

by Kai Ryssdal Jun 17, 2015
The 10-year Treasury note didn't care much about the Fed's statement.
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Corporate inversions: back from the dead

by Paddy Hirsch May 4, 2015
If you thought Congress put an end to corporate inversions, think again
Democratic lawmakers held a news conference to announce legislation to tighten restrictions on corporate tax inversions, making it more difficult for American companies to lower their U.S. taxation by combining with a smaller foreign business and moving their tax address overseas.
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The return of the debt limit

by Tim Fitzsimons Mar 13, 2015
The federal government begins its almost-annual dance with default on Sunday.

Weiss withdraws but will still work at Treasury

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Jan 13, 2015
Is there a difference between an adviser and someone with Senate confirmation?

Treasury Secretary Jack Lew on future of the U.S. economy

by Adriene Hill and Raghu Manavalan Dec 23, 2014
A number of economic indicators are showing growth in the U.S., but are families at home feeling it?

Treasury undersecretary wanted, must love Wall Street

by Tracey Samuelson Dec 15, 2014
Liberal Democrats aren’t happy with White House's choice, investment banker Antonio Weiss.

Treasury Secretary defends sanctions on Russia

by Kai Ryssdal Apr 25, 2014
"Even the Russians are admitting that they are having an impact," Secretary Jack Lew said.

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Weekly Wrap

Weekly Wrap: As goes housing, goes the economy? + #longreads

by Lizzie O'Leary Nov 29, 2013
Cardiff Garcia from FT Alphaville and Bloomberg's Nela Richardson join Lizzie O'Leary to look back at the week's business news and forward at where the economy is going.
6 degrees of sequestration

U.S. pays down debt for first time in six years

by Nancy Marshall-Genzer Apr 30, 2013
The Treasury Department is expected to start paying down U.S. government debt this quarter for the first time in six years.

Treasury to change relationship with Fannie, Freddie

by Jeremy Hobson Aug 17, 2012
There's word this morning that the Treasury Department is going to revamp its financial relationship with the mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.