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Big Banks' Swaps Push-Out Repeal Is a Pyrrhic Victory

The following post first appeared on American Banker’s BankThink blog. It is reprinted below with American Banker’s permission.

By Cornelius Hurley
Dec. 18, 2014… 848 more words

Community Banks

Government's Siren Song of Mortgage Risk

What’s not to like about cheap, easy housing credit? It would be hard to criticize if it developed in response to real risks and rewards in a free market, devoid of interference by public authorities. 593 more words

Bank Regulation: Rolling Backwards

Are you clinging to the hope that the 2008/09 crash of the global economy was the last one that we’ll experience in our lifetimes? Do you believe that our political leaders learned much from the events that almost destroyed the world’s financial system? 313 more words

Federal Budget Deficit

For The Love of Money Is The Root of All Evil

I posted something on the petition site this morning resembling something of the same mentality of those who endlessly seek more and more for themselves. The lengths some of those inflicted with greed will go to obtain whatever it is that they seek, is absolutely astonishing. 663 more words


Big Banks Will Take Depositors Money In Next Crash -Ellen Brown

By Greg Hunter’s
The G-20 met recently in Australia to make new banking rules for the next financial calamity. Financial reform advocate Ellen Brown says these new rules will allow banks to take money from depositors and pensioners globally. 380 more words


Wall Street and Washington

Click HERE to read what’s in the detail of the bipartisan compromise spending bill announced yesterday. A spending bill is necessary to prevent another government shutdown. 70 more words


JPMorgan Chase may need another $20 billion after Fed sets new rule

JPMorgan Chase & Co. needs to find more than $20 billion to beef up its capital reserves by 2019 to meet new regulations issued by the Federal Reserve. 477 more words