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Trump Predicts Stock Market Crash in 2020 if He Loses, but History Says Otherwise

Markets have swung 1 or 2 points in response to most presidential candidates' victories, analysis finds

FDIC Chair Hoping to Clarify Volcker Rule’s Proprietary Trading Ban This Summer

It also plans to exempt community banks from the regulation this month

In Consumer Debt Boom, Many Americans Are Using Credit Cards to Shop

More credit card owners said most of their debt is due to discretionary purchases than paying for necessities

Access to Cheap Money Has a Racial Gap

White adults in the U.S. are significantly more likely to have a credit card, according to a recent poll

Trump as ‘Tariff Man’ Is Still a Hit With Republicans

84% of GOP voters say they have confidence in Trump’s negotiating abilities with China vs. 47% of all voters

Labor, Consumer Groups Challenge CFPB Proposal to Ease Payday Loan Regulation

Coalition’s comment calls new rule ‘arbitrary and capricious’ in reference to the Administrative Procedure Act

OCC Will Review Next Wells Fargo CEO — but Doesn’t Plan to Make Results Public

Otting said not releasing vetting information is his ‘prerogative’

Sisterhood in the Workplace Only Goes So Far When It Comes to Perceptions of Pay

Most white women believe there is a gender pay gap but don’t believe they’re paid more than non-white women

Voters Favor Warren’s Student Debt Plan — Including Those Who Never Had Such Loans

The plan would cancel up to $50,000 in student loan debt for people with a household income under $100,000

As Nonbank Lending Rises, Clayton Says SEC Keeping Eye on CLOs

SEC chair says he sees 'more meaningful' participation in economic stability talks