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House Financial Services Committee Sends Fed Reform Bill to a Floor Vote

Congress Wednesday fired its latest rounds in its ever-escalating battle with the Federal Reserve, as a Republican-controlled House committee passed a reform bill aimed at making the Fed more accountable and transparent. The Fed’s has already warned of serious trouble if the nation’s top financial institution were held to formal policy regarding its ability to set interest rates.

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CoreLogic: Student Loans Not Depressing Home Ownership

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One of the pet reasons for explaining the lack of demand for houses among millennials is the presence of ever-escalating student loan debts. The thinking goes that college graduates are so mired in debt that they either cannot afford to buy or are too afraid to run up more debt, and so they stay living with their parents or find cheap places to rent.

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S&P May be Reopening Settlement Talks with DOJ

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A year-and-a-half-long legal case between the U.S. Department of Justice and Standard & Poor’s Rating Services could be over soon. According to the Wall Street Journal, S&P is preparing to resume talks with the DOJ in an effort to settle a $5 billion lawsuit filed by the government in February 2013.

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