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Major Banks Admit Guilt in Forex Probe, Fined $6 Billion
Why the 30-Year Mortgage May Soon Become Extinct
Who's at Risk If Dividend Arbitrage Goes Badly? Us?
Divided SEC Adopts Mortgage Rule, Decries Lax Lending
Behind Bitcoin: An Avid Group Tries to Spread the Word
All Big Banks But One Pass Fed's Health Check
The Guy Who Predicted Lehman Brothers' Fall Sees Big Trouble Ahead for China
Fed: Big Banks Have More Work to Do to Withstand New Crises
Banks Made Less on Overdraft Fees Last Year
How Durbin's Debit Card Fee Cut Backfired on Small Merchants
Banks Back Away from New Fees, Focus on Cost Cutting Instead
Beyond Card Fees: Banks Look To Sell Your Data
Bank Fees: What's the Breaking Point for Customers?
Volcker Rule Made Simple: Banks Can't Gamble With Our Money (Probably)
As Angry Customers Flee Financial Giants, Online Banks Are Booming
Occupying Wall Street? Easy. Sleeping, Eating and Bathing on Wall Street? Hard.
MetLife Sells its Banking Unit to Avoid Strict New Fed Regulations
Citi Shuts Another Prop Trading Group as Volcker Rule Looms
The Financial Landscape: OPEC Quotas, Goldman Subpoenas and 'Too Big to Fail'
Bank Overdraft Fees Still Plague American Consumers
Say Goodbye to Free Checking and Hello to New Bank Fees
SEC Gives Investors a Vote on Executive Pay, Golden Parachutes
Volcker to Step Down as Chair of Obama's Economic Recovery Advisory Board
Consumers May Get Hit With Higher Debit Card Fees
Big Wall Street Bonuses Carry a Hidden Cost for Society
Six Reasons Why Goldman Is Wrong to Call a Banking Recovery in 2011
Federal Reserve Releases Massive Amount of Bailout Data
M&A Activity Expected to Jump 36% in 2011
Banks Exploit Loophole in Volcker Rule with Longer-Term Bets