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Pete Schroeder

Exclusive: U.S. small business program handed out virus aid to many borrowers twice

02 Jun 2020

WASHINGTON A technical snafu in a U.S. government system caused many small businesses to receive loans twice or more under a federal aid program to help businesses hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic, nearly a dozen people with knowledge of the matter said.

Factbox: What's new with the Fed's 2020 bank stress tests?

01 Jun 2020

WASHINGTON The Federal Reserve's bank stress tests will look significantly different in 2020, thanks to regulatory changes and the dramatic economic turmoil brought on by coronavirus pandemic.

Wall Street and Fed fly blind as coronavirus upends annual stress tests

01 Jun 2020

WASHINGTON U.S. financial regulators, banks and their investors will get their first glimpse into the health of the nation's banking system as it confronts soaring corporate and consumer defaults in the economic crisis sparked by the novel coronavirus.

Factbox: What's new with the Fed's 2020 bank stress tests?

01 Jun 2020

WASHINGTON The Federal Reserve's bank stress tests will look significantly different in 2020, thanks to regulatory changes and the dramatic economic turmoil brought on by coronavirus pandemic.

FACTBOX-What's new with the Fed's 2020 bank stress tests?

01 Jun 2020

WASHINGTON, June 1 The Federal Reserve's bank stress tests will look significantly different in 2020, thanks to regulatory changes and the dramatic economic turmoil brought on by coronavirus pandemic.

U.S. court rules Florida cannot force felons to pay fees before voting

27 May 2020

WASHINGTON A U.S. judge ruled on Sunday that the state of Florida cannot force felons to pay legal fines and other fees before allowing them to register to vote.

U.S. court rules Florida cannot force felons to pay fees before voting

25 May 2020

WASHINGTON, May 24 A U.S. judge ruled on Sunday that the state of Florida cannot force felons to pay legal fines and other fees before allowing them to register to vote.

U.S. banking regulator Otting to exit, his deputy to serve as acting chief

21 May 2020

WASHINGTON Joseph Otting, the head of a top U.S. banking regulator and former CEO of California's OneWest Bank , is stepping down from his government post after two and a half years, he announced on Thursday.

U.S. housing finance regulator unveils new capital framework for Fannie, Freddie

21 May 2020

WASHINGTON The U.S. regulator charged with overseeing housing giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac unveiled Thursday a proposed rewrite of rules boosting how much capital the pair must hold to weather a downturn.

U.S. bank regulator finalizes new community lending rule

20 May 2020

WASHINGTON A U.S. banking regulator announced on Wednesday it had finalized work on a long-running effort to change community lending standards for banks.

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