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Otting, Quarles Nominations to go to Full Senate Vote

Otting, Quarles Nominations to go to Full Senate Vote

Joseph Otting, nominated to be the Comptroller of the Currency, and Randal Quarles, nominated to the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve, was confirmed by the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs. A full Senate vote will be needed to finalize the two men’s nominations.

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Congress Hitting the Ground Running

Congress Hitting the Ground Running

After the summer recess, Congress is back to work on an agenda that will impact the mortgage and banking industries, including confirmation votes for the Comptroller of the Currency, a key Federal Reserve position, and Harvey relief, which could potentially be tied to an increase in the debt ceiling.

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Cordray Addresses Income Inequalities

Cordray Addresses Income Inequalities

While many enjoyed their Labor Day Monday, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray attended the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations Labor Day Picnic to discuss three forms of financial inequality deepening the divide between those trying to stretch their dollar and the wealthy.

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The Week Ahead: The Beige Book

The Week Ahead: The Beige Book

This Wednesday, the Federal Reserve will release the Beige Book, determining whether the economy is overheating or experiencing inflationary pressures. Take a look at what was reported in the last Beige Book and more in The Week Ahead.

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