A study found that minorities are denied mortgages more than whites, even when accounting for income and other factors.
The resignation of National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn costs banks a top ally in the Trump administration and will likely further slow agency appointments.
S. 2155, expected to clear the Senate in the coming days, is a banker’s wishlist.
If passed, it would be the most substantial weakening of the regulations put in place by the 2010 Dodd-Frank law that strengthened financial regulations.
The study, examining granular data on cab rides released by New York’s taxi regulator, singles out lunchtime trips between the New York Fed and the major offices of six banks.
This week, the Senate is expected to pass a bill to roll back some Dodd-Frank provisions on smaller banks with bipartisan support — except from virtually every 2020 presidential hopeful.
Valerie Wilson of the Economic Policy Institute discusses EPI’s new report on the economic inequality gap for African Americans, 50 years after the Kerner Commission.
The lawsuit, filed this week in U.S. District Court in Houston by the local chapters of the NAACP and LULAC, the League of United Latin American Citizens, alleges that Capital One violated federal fair housing and credit laws.
The first of its kind in the US, a Portland housing-assistance policy is an effort to atone for the sins of gentrification