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Fed tells major Chinese bank to do more to fight money laundering

21 Jul 2015

WASHINGTON/ST. LOUIS The Federal Reserve told China Construction Bank Corp to do more to fight money laundering on Tuesday, in the first ever enforcement action by the U.S. central bank against one of China's four largest state-owned banks.

New Fed rule tells 8 biggest U.S. banks to bump up capital

20 Jul 2015

WASHINGTON The Federal Reserve on Monday adopted a rule for the eight largest U.S. banks to hold more equity capital, amid fears on Wall Street that the measure may make it less profitable.

Fed to adopt new capital surcharges for eight largest U.S. banks

20 Jul 2015

WASHINGTON The Federal Reserve will meet on Monday to adopt a new rule for the eight largest U.S. banks to hold more equity capital, amid fears on Wall Street that the measure may make it less profitable.

Fed to adopt new capital surcharges for 8 largest U.S. banks

20 Jul 2015

WASHINGTON, July 20 The Federal Reserve will meet on Monday to adopt a new rule for the eight largest U.S. banks to hold more equity capital, amid fears on Wall Street that the measure may make it less profitable.

U.S. watchdogs urge review of Treasury market rules after Oct. 15 price swings

13 Jul 2015

WASHINGTON The rules for the Treasury market should be reviewed, U.S. regulators said on Monday, as they released a much-anticipated first study into wild price swings on Oct. 15 in that market, an event many have blamed on overly tight regulation.

U.S. watchdogs urge review of Treasury market rules after Oct. 15 price swings

13 Jul 2015

WASHINGTON, July 13 The rules for the Treasury market should be reviewed, U.S. regulators said on Monday, as they released a much-anticipated first study into wild price swings on Oct. 15 in that market, an event many have blamed on overly tight regulation.

U.S. Congress promises rough ride for any nuclear deal with Iran

12 Jul 2015

WASHINGTON The top Republican in the U.S. Senate cast doubt on Sunday on whether President Barack Obama would be able to win approval in Congress for any nuclear deal with Iran, and some Democrats also expressed reservations.

Congress promises rough ride for any nuclear deal with Iran

12 Jul 2015

WASHINGTON The top Republican in the U.S. Senate cast doubt on Sunday on whether President Barack Obama would be able to win approval in Congress for any nuclear deal with Iran, and some Democrats also expressed reservations. | Video

U.S. Congress promises rough ride for any nuclear deal with Iran

12 Jul 2015

WASHINGTON The top Republican in the U.S. Senate cast doubt on Sunday on whether President Barack Obama would be able to win approval in Congress for any nuclear deal with Iran, and some Democrats also expressed reservations.

Washington worries China stock crash could hit Chinese economy

08 Jul 2015

WASHINGTON The Obama administration is worried that China's stock market crash could hurt the country's economy and get in the way of Beijing's economic reform agenda.

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