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A lengthy article by former IMF chief economist Prof. Simon Johnson calls FDIC vice chairman Thomas Hoenig's debunking of the 'bail-in' menace on Feb.
New Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen again claimed, this time to the Senate Banking Committee on Thursday, that the turmoil and devaluations in so-called "emerging markets" since the Fed began to "taper" its money printing, would absolutely not affect the U.S. economy, and was "not a concern."
She'll regret making the claim.
Glass-Steagall Memorial S. 1824, dubbed the "Millbury's Citizens' Petition, Resolution Urging Congress to Enact Glass-Steagall," was debated at the Massachusetts State House Joint Committee on Financial Services yesterday...
Michigan Democrat John Dingell announced yesterday that he will not seek re-election after serving 58 years in the House (the longest of anyone). Amid the press coverage of his announcement, the Huffington Post's stands out because it emphasizes Dingell's opposition to the revocation of Glass-Steagall in 1999.
Former Portuguese Member of European Parliament Paulo Casaca argues in an article in Huffington Post UK yesterday, that Glass-Steagall is the alternative to the Bail-in model...
Top Wall Street banks — JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America, and Wells Fargo — are funding and supporting the primary opponent to Rep. Walter Jones (R-NC)...
Michel Rocard, the Socialist Prime Minister of France 1988-1991, today released a column entitled "Taming Europe's Banks," in which he praises the effects of the original 1933 Glass-Steagall Act and implies that such legislation is nee