Ambiguous legal text could free some of the largest U.S. banks from a post-crisis bank regulation known as the Volcker rule.
NY Fed President John Williams said Tuesday a healthy economy could still benefit from "further gradual increases" as the Fed continues its search for neutral.
In an exclusive interview, Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Chairman Jelena McWilliams said she is looking closely at bank exposure to leveraged loans.
Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic said Tuesday that he is worried about the systemic risk of leveraged lending, an issue that former Fed Chair Janet Yellen has also expressed concern over.
Fed Vice Chairman Richard Clarida said Tuesday that the central bank is dialed into the data as it attempts to wrap up its chapter of accommodative monetary policy.
Morgan Stanley says the Fed will have a difficult time balancing an economy in neutral, predicting that the economy could overheat in 2020 and force the Fed into more rate hikes.
Markets are closely watching commentary from Fed Chairman Jerome Powell and Vice Chairman Richard Clarida as policymakers hope to wrap up their path of accommodative monetary policy.
Goldman Sachs was downgraded by Morgan Stanley on Wednesday, as news also broke that an Abu Dhabi fund is now suing the bank for its entanglement with a scandal involving 1MDB.
The regulatory agency tasked with insuring bank deposits says it has fully funded its reserves of insurance money dedicated to possible bank failures.
Fed Chair Jerome Powell will review the central bank's strategies, tools, and communication practices as it gets closer to reaching the neutral level of interest rates.
Michelle "Miki" Bowman was confirmed by the U.S. Senate to take the Federal Reserve's governor seat dedicated to someone with community banking experience.
Maxine Waters, slated to lead the House Financial Services Committee, said she would focus on stopping efforts to rollback red tape on the banking industry.
San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly is calling out low labor force participation rates despite "full employment" in the U.S. economy.
A number of GOP seats flipped blue as upper middle class Republicans in the suburbs took issue with the Trump tax bill's cap on state and local tax deductions.
Ben Bernanke said that 10 years after the crisis, he sees a need for the Fed to have more "lender of last resort" powers to address systemic issues outside of the banking industry.
Democrats winning the House likely sets up Maxine Waters — a frequent target of Trump criticism — to lead the chamber's powerful panel on financial services.
Two Democrats' efforts on bipartisan regulatory reform of banking regulations ultimately failed to help them secure reelection.
People and organizations tied to the largest U.S. financial firms are throwing money behind moderate Democrats seeking reelection in the midterms.
Goldman Sachs wrote that strong wage gains are setting up the Fed to overshoot its inflation target, adding that the economy needs to slowdown to avoid overheating.
Wall Street analysts are split on whether or not the White House could strike a deal with Democrats on infrastructure if they take the House in the midterms.
President Donald Trump tweeted that the jobs report released Wednesday showed "incredible numbers," an encouraged voters to head to the polls and vote Republican.
The Fed extended regulatory relief to banks between $250 billion and $700 billion, raising questions about how much liquidity large banks should hold.
With Trump-appointed officials at the heads of the major regulatory agencies, it is unlikely that the midterms will affect the momentum of financial regulatory policy.