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Wild Ride on Wall Street: Early Test of Liquidity?

Aaron Klein, Kristofer Readling / Blog September 1, 2015

The stock market’s wild swing could provide an indication of whether concerns about broader market liquidity declining are accurate, and if so, the cause.

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Dodd-Frank at Five: Looking Back and Looking Ahead

Finance / July 9, 2015 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. ET

Federal Reserve Board Governor Lael Brainard provided her perspectives on the future of regulatory reform and implementation.

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What We’re Reading in Financial Regulatory Reform, January 16

Finance / Blog January 16, 2015

BPC’s Financial Regulatory Reform Initiative highlights news articles, papers and other important work which illuminate current and new thinking within financial regulation.

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The Big Bank Theory: Breaking Down the Breakup Arguments

Finance / Research October 28, 2014

Proposals to break up major financial institutions entail greater costs than the benefits they would provide and are potentially outright counterproductive.

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What We’re Reading in Financial Regulatory Reform, October 20

Finance / Blog October 20, 2014

We hope you enjoy the following selection of readings from the financial regulatory world. As always, the views expressed in these articles do not necessarily represent the views of the initiative, its co-chairs, task force members or the Bipartisan Policy…

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Access to Credit Remains an Obstacle to Housing Market Recovery

Housing / Blog April 24, 2014

Long-term housing finance reform is essential for removing the uncertainty surrounding mortgage finance. In addition, there are a number of immediate challenges for homebuyers trying to finance a house. Most importantly, it is far too difficult for many qualified people to obtain…

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Earnings Report: Federal Government

Steve Bell / Blog August 2, 2013

“’The debt is yesterday’s problem.’” That’s the new cry in Washington, D.C., and, apparently, on Wall Street. Lulled by new forecasts that show deficits declining for the next three years, policy- and market-makers have moved on to the next challenges—guessing…

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