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Bair to FBN: Fed needs to be careful before raising interest rates

Former FDIC chair Sheila Bair explains why the Fed is trying to shrink its portfolio and the reverse-repurchase facility.

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  1. Sheila Bair on M&A Oversight

    Former FDIC chairman Sheila Bair on when the government should get involved with company mergers and acquisitions.

  2. Citi's Corbat builds bridges with regulators

    Citigroup Inc's Michael Corbat has been meeting with bank regulators in his first months as CEO, as he looks to bolster relationships and finalize the bank's plan to...

  3. Big Banks Oppose FDIC Guarantee Program

    Big banks are urging lawmakers not to extend unlimited guarantees for around $1.4 trillion in bank deposits, a move that pits them against smaller banks and the top ...

  4. How Wall Street Can Help America’s Fiscal Health

    Former FDIC Chair Sheila Bair on how the financial sector can help resolve the government’s budget crisis.

  5. Jamie Dimon as Treasury Secretary?

    Former Senator Ted Kaufman on how Obama will deal with the financial crisis.

  6. Banks Snubbed on Capitol Hill

    CCMR president Hal Scott on Obama's relationship with banks.

  7. ‘Pay for Performance’ for Congress?

    Former FDIC Chair Sheila Bair argues Congress would run better if lawmakers were paid based on performance.

  8. Banks Concerned About Warren's Senate Victory?

    Tangent Capital Partners senior managing director Chris Whalen gives his outlook for the financial sector.

  9. Wall Street left to rebuild Obama ties after backing Romney

    Wall Street firms gambled on Mitt Romney and lost.Now, faced with the prospect of even tougher regulations in President Barack Obama's second term, they have to buil...

  10. Wall Street sees challenges as it sees Obama likely to win again

    Traders and investors were cautiously preparing themselves for a second term for U.S. President Barack Obama, with many hoping his first order of business would be t...

  11. Markets want clear decision from presidential vote

    Traders and investors were in agreement on one thing as voters cast their ballots in Tuesday's U.S. presidential election: The markets want a clear winner by Wednesd...

  12. Could Geithner Land at Citi After Treasury Stint?

    There are rumblings on Wall Street that Citigroup (NYSE:C) may have pushed Vikram Pandit out of its C-Suite last week in part to make room for one of the biggest nam...

  1. Sheila Bair : Would be better if business took the lead on minimum wage

    Former FDIC Chair Sheila Bair argues raising the minimum wage is good for business.

  2. Sheila Bair : Don’t get the obsession with inflation

    Former FDIC Chair Sheila Bair on the impact of inflation on consumers.

  3. Sheila Bair Q&A: Protect Borrowers and Banks

    Sheila Bair speaking before the National Press Club in 2011. Highlights of Bair's career 1981-1988: Research director, deputy counsel and counsel for U.S. Sen. Rober...

  4. Bank regulators gain ground against too-big-to-fail bailouts

    For the past year, a special team of U.S. bank regulators has been on a quiet mission to end the belief on Wall Street that large banks are "too big to fail."The tea...

  5. JPM Execs Testify on Capitol Hill

    Former FDIC Head Sheila Bair on the latest controversy surrounding the big bank.

  6. Wells Fargo ramps up private equity despite Volcker Rule

    When former Wells Fargo & Co Chief Executive Dick Kovacevich joined Norwest Bank in 1986, he had reservations about its private equity investments as he did not thin...

  7. Citigroup Chairman Not Pushing Bank Breakup

    Even thinking about breaking up is hard to do. Just ask Citigroup Inc.Michael E. O'Neill was among a small group of directors who after the financial crisis urged th...

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