The Trump administration’s plan to allow capital holders to index their assets to inflation is the latest attempt to benefit the wealthy as it takes steps to cut workers’ pay and retirement savings.
Restoring Americans’ ability to hold companies accountable would rebuild consumer power and trust in government.
The Fed’s vice chairman for supervision will face questions on a range of financial regulatory issues when he testifies on the Hill this week.
S. 2155—the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act—has a multitude of misguided and risky provisions.
States were devastated by the financial crisis, and Congress should not plant the seeds of the next one through deregulation.
Gutting funding for the Financial Stability Oversight Council and the Office of Financial Research does not save taxpayers a dime and makes the U.S. financial system less safe.
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In a time of record bank profits, Congress should enact new protections instead of rolling back regulations.
Improving economic growth requires strengthening and better implementing financial stability reforms—not eroding them.
While the Dodd-Frank Act would clearly place Leandra English in charge of the consumer bureau, vital consumer protections hang in the balance from the Trump administration’s contested appointment.
The banking industry is pushing for changes to the supplementary leverage ratio, but their arguments miss the mark.
Material financial stress at insurance giant AIG could still threaten U.S. financial stability.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has failed to update the public on the Financial Stability Oversight Council’s investigation into the potential systemic risks posed by the hedge fund industry.
By adopting fair-value accounting, the House budget would put college attendance and home buying out of reach for many families.
With many seats open at the Fed, it’s crucial for Congress to ensure that monetary policymakers are focused on growing the economy by improving the labor market for everyone.
Senators must ask Neomi Rao, the radical opponent of regulation President Donald Trump has nominated to head an office charged with reviewing and improving rules, if she will do her duty.