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Oil slump hitting banks?

Former Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating discusses new fracking regulations and the oil slump.

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  1. New regulations for 2015?

    Former Governor Frank Keating, (R-Okla.), discusses proposals to make it easier for banks to lend.

  2. Wall Street regulator warns of Armageddon-type cyber attack on banks

    Former Gov. Frank Keating, (R-Okla.), on concerns of the impact of a potential major cyber attack on U.S. banks.

  3. Has Dodd-Frank helped or hurt the economic recovery?

    American Bankers Association CEO Gov. Frank Keating on the impact of Dodd-Frank.

  4. ABA CEO on the decline in mortgages

    American Bankers Association CEO Frank Keating gives his outlook for housing.

  5. Could tougher mortgage requirements hurt the housing market?

    American Bankers Association CEO Frank Keating on the state of the mortgage market.

  6. Outdated ATM Software Will Cost Banks

    Banks around the world, consumed with meeting more stringent capital regulations, will miss a deadline to upgrade outdated software for automated teller machines (AT...

  7. Refi Activity Plummets, Are Banks Scared?

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