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By JOSH BOAK and JILL COLVIN, Associated Press
Now, as his transition team asserts itself, an all-out repeal of the 2010 Dodd-Frank law — Trump called it a "disaster" and a "disgrace" — seems unlikely. But experts foresee a gradual but potentially significant chipping away of key parts…
By Marcy Gordon, Associated Press
President Barack Obama signs the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act on July 21, 2010; Getty Images file photo Depending on your opinion, the Dodd-Frank financial reform law which President Obama signed last year, has been…
As German Chancellor Angela Merkel visits the U.S., her nation -- the richest in Europe -- is facing some daunting challenges. Ray Suarez reports.
When President Obama signed the financial regulation overhaul into law Wednesday, he said he believed it would "rein in the abuse and excess that nearly brought down our financial system" and bring transparency to a sector that became…
By Murrey Jacobson
After nearly two years, tens of millions of dollars in lobbying, and fierce battles between Democrats, Wall Street and banks, President Barack Obama enacted a major overhaul Wednesday of regulations covering the financial sector. It’s often been called…
With President Obama set to sign financial reform legislation, much of the attention has been on the biggest U.S. banks lately. But what about lending practices that affect the poorest Americans? Hari Sreenivsan discusses the "poverty industry" with "Broke, USA"…
Columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks sort through the top political stories of the week, including the challenges facing congressional Democrats this election year -- from infighting to the prospects of unemployment remaining high.
After countless battles and revisions, the financial reform bill passed the Senate Thursday on near-party line votes, with the help of a few Republicans who broke ranks.
Concerns about the economic recovery lingered on Wall Street as the service industry grew at a slower rate than expected last month. Jim Lehrer talks with Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner about the state of the U.S. economy, a tough housing…
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