Shutdown is starting to hurt Trump's financial deregulation agenda
The U.S. government shutdown over President Donald Trump's call for Congress to fund a wall he promised to build on the U.S.- Mexican border is threatening another campaign pledge to make rules easier to navigate for banks and corporations.
Fed's Kashkari says big banks are safer now than before the financial crisis
Neel Kashkari, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and a critic of big banks, on Wednesday said the biggest U.S. banks are "unquestionably" safer than they were before the 2007-2009 financial crisis.
The mortgage industry isn't ready for a foreclosure crisis created by climate change
As extreme weather events become more frequent in places where borrowers might not have flood or fire insurance, the risk of foreclosure rises. Some now predict that the nation could face a climate-related inspired housing crisis.
US import prices fall; year-on-year drop largest since 2016
U.S. import prices fell for a second straight month in December as the cost of petroleum products tumbled and a strong dollar curbed prices of other goods, leading to the largest annual drop in more than two years.