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  • emThe Spider Networkem
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    The Spider Network

    New York Times finance editor David Enrich reported on a financial scam by a group of bankers, brokers, and traders that impacted millions of people with mortgages, student loans, auto…

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  • Jay Clayton and Christopher Giancarlo Testify at Hearing on Virtual Currencies
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    Virtual Currencies

    The Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee held a hearing onvirtual currencies. The chairs of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Commodity Futures Trading…

    29,926 views
  • Washington Journal Roben Farzad Discusses Recent Market Volatility
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    Roben Farzad on Recent Market Volatility

    Roben Farzad, who hosts a podcast focusing on financial news, talked about recent volatility in U.S. markets.

    431 views
  • emSecrecy Worldem
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    Secrecy World

    Jake Bernstein, senior journalist with the investigative team that broke the Panama Papers story, talked about what was revealed in the leaked documents.

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  • Washington Journal Zachary Mider Discusses Influence of Hedge Funds on Washington
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    Zachary Mider on Influence of Hedge Funds on Washington

    Zachary Mider discussed his recent Bloomberg Businessweek article, “Good for the U.S., Bad for the World,” on the influence of hedge funds on policy-making.

    354 views
  • Treasury Secretary Mnuchin Not Concerned with Volatility in Markets
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    Financial Stability Oversight Council Report

    Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin testified before the House Financial Services Committee about the Financial Stability Oversight Council’s (FSOC) annual report. He also reacted to the recent…

    1,501 views
  • Washington Journal News Headlines and Viewer Calls
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    Open Phones, Part 1

    Telephone lines and social media were open for viewer comments on the news that the Dow Jones Industrial Average had dropped 1,175 points. The Hill's Cristina Marcos also spoke by phone…

    712 views
  • Federal Reserve Nominee Pressed on National Debt and Deregulation at Confirmation Hearing
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    Federal Reserve Chair Confirmation Hearing

    The Senate Banking Committee held a confirmation hearing for President Trump’s Federal Reserve chair nominee, Jerome Powell. Mr. Powell answered questions on his overall philosophy and…

    19,823 views
  • Hearing Examines National Security Implications of Foreign Investment in US
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    Foreign Investment and National Security

    A House Financial Services subcommittee examined foreign investment in the U.S. and the inter-agency committee (CFIUS) that oversees the transactions. Members heard from former officials…

    413 views
  • emA FirstClass Catastropheem
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    A First-Class Catastrophe

    Diana Henriques talked about her book, A First-Class Catastrophe, about the worst day in stock market history. On that day, October 19, 1987, the market lost 22 percent of its value. She…

    766 views
  • Amy Goldstein Discusses emJanesvilleem
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    Janesville

    Amy Goldstein talks about her book, Janesville, about the closing of a General Motors assembly plant in Janesville, Wisconsin, during the Great Recession. She spoke at the 2017 Wisconsin Book…

    492 views
  • House Rules Committee Considers Rule for Tax Reform Debate
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    House Rules Committee Meeting on Dodd Frank Financial Regulations

    The House Rules Committee met to consider a bill to improve the systemically important financial institution (SIFI) designation process in the Dodd-Frank financial regulations law.

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  • Outgoing Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen Holds News Conference
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    Federal Reserve Chair Yellen News Conference

    At a news conference, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen announced that the central bank had decided at its November 2017 meeting to increase the interest rate by a quarter of a point. She…

    565 views
  • Outgoing Federal Reserve Chair Yellen Testifies on Economic Outlook
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    U.S. Economic Outlook

    Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen testified before the Joint Economic Committee on the country’s economic outlook. She told committee members the economic recovery was “broad based” both domestically and…

    699 views
  • emDays of Slaughterem
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    Days of Slaughter

    Susan Wharton Gates, former vice president of public policy at Freddie Mac, talked about her book, Days of Slaughter, about the problems that led to the collapse of the mortgage giant in…

    927 views
  • 2017 National Lawyers Convention Panel on Financial Regulations
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    2017 National Lawyers Convention, Panel on Financial Regulations

    The Federalist Society held their annual National Lawyers Convention in Washington, D.C. This portion of the event included a panel discussion with law professors and financial policy…

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  • President Trump Taps Jerome Powell for Federal Reserve Chair
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    Federal Reserve Chair Nominee Announcement

    President Trump nominated Jerome Powell to be the next Federal Reserve chair. The formal announcement happened in the Rose Garden of the White House. Mr. Powell was at the time a member on…

    1,368 views
  • Hearing on Fed HUD  NCUA Nominations
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    Federal Reserve, National Credit Union, and HUD Nominations

    The Senate Banking Committee held a hearing on the nominations for Federal Reserve, Housing and Urban Development Department, and National Credit Union Administration positions.

    833 views
  • Washington Journal Victoria Guida Discuss the Federal Reserve
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    Victoria Guida on Federal Reserve Chair Nomination

    Victoria Guida talked about President Trump’s expected nomination of Jerome Powell to be chair of the Federal Reserve.

    244 views
  • Washington Journal Dennis Kelleher Discusses Senate Legislation on Class Action Lawsuits
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    Dennis Kelleher on Senate Legislation on Class Action Lawsuits

    Dennis Kelleher talked about the Senate’s vote to repeal a rule that made it easier for consumers to file class action lawsuits against financial institutions.

    256 views
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