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Bank-friendly language in continuing resolution is not only economically risky but also sets a dangerous precedent
The Congressional Omnibus package winding through the Senate would kill a provision of Dodd-Frank financial reform
'We look forward, truly, to a better time for the city going forward,' says emergency manager Kevyn Orr
Warren and others accuse New York Federal Reserve of lax oversight
Fault Lines investigates investment firms' new bet on housing.
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Fault Lines chats with an Atlanta housing lawyer about the history of predatory lending, attempts to curtail it
The bond-buying program, or quantitative easing, has been a main feature of the Fed's response to the financial crisis
Slump pinned to signs of sluggish growth, central banking gloom, but some analysts say it may be only a correction