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Consumer Banking Assoc. CEO: We are secure as can be

FBN’s Charlie Gasparino and Consumer Bankers Association CEO Richard Hunt says banks have spent a half billion dollars in replacing cards this year and the banking system is safe and secure.

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  1. 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...

  2. Senator Urges Curbs On Banks Buying Commodities

    Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown on Tuesday said he pushed a pair of nominees for key regulatory posts to take steps to deter big banks from owning and storing oil, aluminum ...

  3. On-Campus Credit Card Deals Fading Away

    Their on-campus credit card activities now closely monitored by federal regulators, financial institutions increasingly are turning to debit cards, prepaid cards and...

  4. Farm Bill Expires Again as Lawmakers Debate Plan

    Overshadowed by the government shutdown, the U.S. farm subsidy law expired for the second time on Tuesday with lawmakers still deadlocked over how to confront cuts i...

  5. Summers Faces 'no' Votes From Democrats: WSJ

    At least three Senate Democrats on the Senate Banking Committee are expected to oppose Larry Summers if he's nominated to be Federal Reserve chairman, The Wall Stree...

  6. Insight: For nuns and analysts alike, bank commodity earnings are a mystery

    When the Reverend Seamus Finn got an email from Goldman Sachs last week, the giant Wall Street bank was addressing an issue that was already on his mind."We were get...

  7. JPMorgan to Sell Off Commodities Unit

    JP Morgan Chase & Co (NYSE:JPM) is exiting physical commodities trading, the bank said in a surprise statement on Friday, as Wall Street's role in the trading of raw...

  8. Bank Commodity Trading in Focus at Senate Hearing

    Wall Street's multibillion-dollar commodity trading operations came under the political spotlight on Tuesday as a powerful U.S. Senate committee questioned whether c...

  9. Fed rethinks move allowing banks to trade physical commodities

    The U.S. Federal Reserve is "reviewing" a landmark 2003 decision that first allowed regulated banks to trade in physical commodity markets, it said on Friday, a move...

  10. Senate to Hold Hearing on Bank Storage for Commodities

    A U.S. Senate committee will hold a hearing next week on whether banks should control physical storage for commodities, signaling lawmakers may be toughening their s...

  11. Banks Float Industry-Led Crisis Plan

    Pushing back against efforts to break up some of the largest financial institutions, U.S. banks reportedly presented the Federal Reserve with a "bail-in" plan for a ...

  12. EU not trying to weaken U.S. financial services rules: aide

    The European Union does not want to use negotiations with the United States on a free trade agreement to weaken recent U.S. financial regulatory reforms, an EU offic...

  1. The fallout from Burger King’s deal for Tim Hortons

    FBN’s Lou Dobbs on Burger King’s deal to buy Canada’s Tim Hortons.

  2. Controversy surrounding Burger King, Tim Hortons deal

    FBN’s Rich Edson and Dana Mattioli and David Benoit of The Wall Street Journal on Burger King’s decision to buy Canada’s Tim Hortons.

  3. White Castle VP sounds off on corporate tax rate

    White Castle vice president Jamie Richardson discusses the deal between Burger King and Tim Hortons and the need for corporate tax reform.

  4. Political impact of Burger King-Tim Hortons deal

    FOX News contributor Karl Rove on the Burger King-Tim Hortons deal, the 2014 midterms and President Obama’s foreign policy.

  5. Will new tax rules come in wake of Burger King, Tim Hortons deal?

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald and Rich Edson discuss the Burger King-Tim Hortons merger and the impact it could have on tax rules in the U.S.

  6. Banks Should Not Own Physical Assets: Senators

    The Federal Reserve should prohibit banks from owning physical assets such as commodity and energy trading units, two Senate Democrats said Wednesday. "As a general ...

  7. 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,...

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