Katanga Johnson

Fed's Barr Says He Supports Powell's Careful Approach To Rate Cuts

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Barr also repeated his long-standing view that the US banking sector is sound with “no signs of liquidity problems.”

Fed Sees Risks For Banks From U.S. Office Space, Interest Rates

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Nevertheless, the overall banking system "remains sound," the central bank said.

Morgan Stanley's Wealth Management Arm Draws Fed Scrutiny

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The Fed wants to know about the wealth management arm's measures to prevent money laundering.

Financial Titans Ready Fight Over 'Too-Big-To-Fail' Threat

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The too-big-to-fail tag spells greater oversight and fresh compliance headaches.

SEC To Impose New Rules For Labeling Popular Investment Funds

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Backers say the measures will help rein in claims about ESG investments.

Wall Street Banks' Residential Mortgages Face U.S. Mandates Exceeding Global Standards

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Banks say reforms after the 2008 financial crisis give an unfair advantage to less-regulated nonbank lenders.

First Republic Faces Potential Curb On Borrowing From Fed

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U.S. regulators are weighing the prospect of downgrading private assessments of the bank.

U.S. Banking Regulators Step Up Warnings On Crypto Market Risks

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Regulators say that deposits that include stablecoin-related reserves can be susceptible to large and rapid outflows.

Sam Bankman-Fried Arrested In Bahamas As U.S. Files FTX Charges

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The government filed a criminal indictment against FTX's co-founder, while the SEC filed civil charges.

More Black And Hispanic Americans Added Bank Accounts During Pandemic

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About 4.5% of households lacked a bank or credit union account as of last year, the lowest level since 2009.