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Yellen considering more regulation on banks

Heritage Capital president Paul Schatz and JPMorgan Private Bank CIO Richard Madigan discuss the state of the banks and markets.

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  1. Dodd-Frank breeds ‘too small to succeed’ banks

    FBN’s Rich Edson on how new Dodd-Frank rules put pressure on small banks.

  2. Search for Malaysia flight 370 a race against time

    FOX News national security analyst KT McFarland, airline analyst Mike Boyd, and former Navy SEAL Jonathan Gilliam on the search for the black box from Malaysia 370.

  3. What to expect from earnings

    Mendon Capital Advisors president Anton Schutz and Raymond James chief investment strategist Jeff Saut give their outlook for earnings season.

  4. Where are the jobs and why aren't businesses hiring?

    IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde weighs in

  5. Is 'Too Big to Fail' Still a Thriving Concept?

    Five years after Lehman Brothers' seismic bust and just two years after euro member Greece defaulted, the concept of being too big or too strategic to fail is alive ...

  6. 'Too Big to Fail' still thriving

    Five years after Lehman Brothers' seismic bust and just two years after euro member Greece defaulted, the concept of being too big or too strategic to fail is alive ...

  7. U.S. Too -big -to -fail Subsidy As High As $70 Billion, IMF Says

    The too-big-to-fail subsidy that banks implicitly enjoy was worth up to $70 billion in the U.S. and $300 billion in the euro area in 2012, the International Monetary...

  8. You're a Good Driver But No One Knows Why

    The topic of car insurance comes up in a conversation with friends. You learn that you all have the same insurance company and coverage, but they pay hundreds of dol...

  9. Citi, Four Others Face Fed Rejection

    Citigroup's (NYSE:C) shares fell more than 5% in after-hours trading Wednesday after the Federal Reserve rejected the bank's capital plan, saying it "reflected a num...

  10. Fed: Banks Enjoy 'Too-Big-to-Fail' Advantage

    A landmark study by Federal Reserve economists found that large U.S. banks enjoy a "too-big-to-fail" advantage in financial markets, confirming the suspicions of man...

  11. Good news for big-banks: 29 pass Fed stress test

    FBN’s Peter Barnes on the latest results of the Fed stress test.

  12. 29 of 30 banks pass Dodd-Frank stress test

    FBN’s Peter Barnes on the Federal Reserve’s bank stress test as part of Dodd-Frank.

  1. 43 Questions for Regulators about High-Frequency Trading

    Note to the reader: "High-frequency trading" also known as "HFT" is done by firms established for sole purpose of gaining an unfair advantage over other stock market...

  2. Do Big-Bank Prepaid Cards Lead the Pack?

    Debit Cards Best Prepaid Debit Cards Do Big-Bank Prepaid Cards Lead The Pack?Big banks have jumped into prepaid debit cards.Many of the nation's biggest banks, inclu...

  3. SECURE Act would help you clear up credit-reporting errors

    Citing widespread errors in consumer credit reports, two U.S. senators have proposed a bill that would make it easier for people to learn about and challenge errors,...

  4. BofA Reaches $772M Credit-Card Settlement

    Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) reached settlements on Wednesday worth $772 million with U.S. regulators to settle charges it duped customers with deceptive credit-card p...

  5. Regulators To OK New Rules for Big Banks

    Banking regulators on Tuesday took another step in their efforts to ensure that the largest U.S. banks have enough capital to withstand a financial crisis similar to...

  6. Dodd-Frank breeds ‘too small to succeed’ banks

    FBN’s Rich Edson on how new Dodd-Frank rules put pressure on small banks.

  7. Flash Boys' Ends May Justify Lewis' Means

    The suddenly high-profile controversy over high-frequency trading seems to be focused as much on the literary and marketing techniques of best-selling author Michael...

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