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Kashkari: Higher capital regs could hurt economy

Lending may be further restricted
The Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis president thinks that regulators should take caution, or they could give nonbanks the upper-hand. According to Kashkari, high capital requirements could cause banks to restrict lending and hurt the economy.
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Hillary Clinton, Elizabeth Warren both blast Republican Dodd-Frank repeal plan

Warren: Republican plan is a "wet kiss for Wall Street"
Considering how many times House Financial Services Committee Chairman Rep. Jeb Hensarling, R-TX, blamed "the Left" for the consequences of the Dodd-Frank Wall Act during his speech announcing a Republican-crafted plan to repeal Dodd-Frank, it was highly likely that those on "the Left" would be quick to condemn Hensarling’s plan. And two of the top names in the Democratic party didn't disappoint.
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Inside the foundation-shattering Republican plan to abolish Dodd-Frank

Includes ending 'too big to fail', dramatic overhaul of CFPB
If House Financial Services Committee Chairman Rep. Jeb Hensarling, gets his way, Tuesday, June 7, 2016 will soon be remembered as the day that the death clock started on the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act. Here's an in-depth look at the Republican-crafted plan to fundamentally change how the CFPB, the FHFA, and the country's entire financial system, functions.
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GOP to reveal plan to replace Dodd-Frank

Would require boost in capital
About a week after sharing his dislike for Dodd-Frank regulation, Representative Jeb Hensarling proposed his alternative. This new proposed regulation would require banks to increase their capital, but provide a way out of Dodd-Frank regulation. Here are the details.
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Are Richard Cordray's days as CFPB director numbered?

Growing momentum in Congress to replace current leadership structure
In his nearly three years as the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Richard Cordray made friends and enemies on both sides of the aisle in Congress, on Wall Street and beyond. But several new reports suggest that Cordray's time as CFPB director, at least as the role is currently constructed, could be ending soon.
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Republicans set to unveil plan to replace Dodd-Frank

Hensarling: Dodd-Frank "stands as a monument to the arrogance and hubris of man"
Later this year, the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act will reach its sixth anniversary, unless Congressional Republicans get their way. They would hate to see Dodd-Frank reach anniversary number seven judging by this recent, fiery speech. Here's what their replacement would look like.
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Five major banks fail bailout test, would need taxpayer money in crisis

Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo, others must improve 'living wills'
Five of the nation’s largest banks are not prepared for a financial crisis and would need taxpayer bailouts, the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System and the Board of Directors of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation announced Wednesday.
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Why are there almost no new banks since the crisis?

Dallas Fed: Regulations are crushing community lenders
In the aftermath of the economic crisis of the late 2000s, the federal government passed a number of sweeping laws that irrevocably changed the financial landscape of this country, but just how much?
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Hillary Clinton vows to go "well beyond" Dodd-Frank

Outlines plan to "rein in" Wall Street in New York Times editorial
"As president, I would not only veto any legislation that would weaken financial reform, but I would also fight for tough new rules, stronger enforcement and more accountability that go well beyond Dodd-Frank," Democratic Presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton wrote in the New York Times.
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