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As early as the 1970s, the Swiss government adopted a negative interest rate regime. More recently, others have followed
A new book examines the foreclosure fraud crisis.
Fuld's comments were initially carried live on the financial news network CNBC, but the feed was pulled by conference organizers
Cruz's office, for example, could not find a past comments from him on the TARP. His aides were surprised by the absence
Treasury's sale of the shares leaves taxpayer investments in the financial industry at less than $1 billion, spread out among
An AIG bankruptcy would have been catastrophic for the financial system, possibly taking down many companies with it. Whenever
The failure to comprehend what Obama actually campaigned on is now leading to righteous anger by Progressives. However, the facts show that Obama's presidency is no great departure from the way in which he presented himself while campaigning for the Presidency.
Since the financial meltdown, the people who created the crisis have taken advantage of it and achieved "big things" -- especially big profits and bonuses.
"We will implement smart, aggressive policies to reduce the number of preventable foreclosures by helping to reduce mortgage
It's hard to defend the IRS on this one, but Issa's critique doesn't seem quite right. Click on the video above to find out
"I wouldn't say exactly that (Ukraine was) too important to fail, but it's a very important geopolitical situation and that
Bair also took a swipe at the problem of income inequality, arguing that the Federal Reserve is exacerbating the situation
More than one-third of the nation's highest-paid CEOs from the past two decades led companies that were subsidized by American taxpayers, according to a report released Wednesday by the Institute for Policy Studies, a liberal think tank.
The 2010 Dodd-Frank financial reform bill required all corporations to disclose more information about executive pay, and
Ever since the taxpayer bailout allowed Wall Street banks to procure an army of shiny new lobbyists, it's been generally
The FDIC guarantees certain deposits at banks, ensuring that ordinary citizens do not lose their savings if their bank fails