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    President Donald Trump signed a major Dodd-Frank rollback into law Thursday, hoping to bring regulatory relief to community banks across the U.S. The president explained Dodd-Frank’s costly regulations gave large banks a negative advantage at the cost of small banks throughout the country. Click the headline to read more.

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  • Case-Shiller reports increase in home price growth

    Experts say rising home prices won’t stop anytime soon
    Home prices increased across the U.S. in February, picking up the pace in annual price gains. This run, which is still ongoing, compares to the previous long run from January 1992 to February 2007. And with expectations for continued economic growth and further employment gains, the current run of rising prices is likely to continue.
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  • Monday Morning Cup Of Coffee: Mulvaney's CFPB losing interest in payday lenders?

    Are you surprised?
    Is Mick Mulvaney's CFPB easing up on payday lenders? The agency has dropped its case against one such lender and is mulling over dropping the cases of three more. Also, JPMorgan Chase predicts the turbulent market will calm down heading into the second quarter while S&P Global Ratings notes that falling housing profits over the last four quarters may be a side effect of fewer lenders easing credit standards.
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  • Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Gloves come off in Warren vs. Mulvaney

    CFPB architect accuses acting director of being evasive and misleading about agency
    The battle between Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and CFPB Acting Director Mick Mulvaney just hit a whole other level. Warren, the architect of the CFPB, accused Mulvaney of ignoring or providing “evasive, misleading, or incomplete answers” to more than 100 questions asked of him by Democrats about the CFPB's activities. But Warren’s letter isn’t just tough talk. As the kids say, she’s got receipts.
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  • These metros saw the most homebuilding activity in 2017

    Top metros building up, not out
    Homebuilding saw a pickup near the end of 2017 and is even expected to fuel the housing market in 2018 as it rises to a post-recession high. But which metros came out on top as having the most homebuilding activity in 2017? Trulia conducted a new study to find out.
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  • Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: LinkedIn invests $10m in Silicon Valley affordable housing

    The rent is too damn high!
    Every week, it seems like there’s another example of people (or companies) going to extremes to secure housing in the Bay Area. Earlier this year, Facebook and Google both announced plans to help build new, affordable housing in Silicon Valley. And now, LinkedIn is joining in too. All that, and more, in your Monday Morning Cup of Coffee.
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  • Los Angeles now tops San Francisco as least affordable housing market

    San Francisco falls to No. 2 after 19 consecutive quarters
    For the first time in five years, San Francisco fell from its spot as No. 1 least affordable housing market in the U.S. It’s replacement, another Californian city, holds a median home price significantly lower than San Francisco’s $1.18 million, however its median incomes are unable to keep up with its growing prices.
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