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DealBook: Offering Small Fees, Banks Cater to Low-Income Customers

The products provide a different kind of payout: good will from regulators and a chance to woo customers who might one day become profitable.

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Courts Issue Conflicting Rulings on Health Care Law

One federal appeals court panel ruled that the government could not subsidize coverage bought by people on the federal insurance exchange. The other said the reverse. 9 more words


USDCHF: Inside day, further upside move in the horizon

Ahead of the data, USDCHF pushed higher to trade at 0.9003. Straight after the release the reaction of Swiss Franc against the US Dollar was relatively muted. 99 more words

Technical Analysis

Sketch Guy: An Eye to the Past Can Help Guide the Future

A survey finds financial health is higher among those who dwell on the past, compared with those who live in the moment or even plan for the future. 10 more words


Brazil’s Longer-Term Swap Rates Decline as GDP Outlook Worsens

Filipe Pacheco – Bloomberg, 7/21/2014

Brazil’s longer-term swap rates fell as economists lowered their 2014 growth estimate to below 1 percent for the first time, adding to speculation policy makers will limit further increases in borrowing costs. 91 more words

Nation, Politics & Government

The BRICS Don’t Like the Dollar-Dominated World Economy, but They’re Stuck With It

When the BRICS get together for their annual summit — as they did last week in Brazil — they always make a lot of noise about changing the way the global economy works. 934 more words

DealBook: In a Subprime Bubble for Used Cars, Unfit Borrowers Pay Sky-High Rates

Millions of Americans are receiving auto loans they cannot possibly afford, in a lending climate marked by some of the same lack of caution seen in the housing industry before its 2008 implosion. 9 more words