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Fed Reports ‘Steady to Improving’ Residential Real Estate Activity in Most Districts


The districts of Richmond, Chicago, and Dallas reported that residential mortgage demand, particularly in the area of refinancings, grew during the period, while New York reported steady growth. Delinquencies were down or at low levels in New York and Cleveland, while Philadelphia and Kansas City bankers expressed confidence in the quality of their loan portfolios, according to the Fed.

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Rate Hike Debate Continues in Federal Open Market Committee


While some policymakers argued that raising interest rates at the end of the fiscal year would help normalize the economy as inflation creeps back to 2 percent, others argued that declines in energy prices and the growing strength of the dollar would curtail inflation and that a later rate hike would make more sense.

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Fed Requests Changes in Bank of America’s Capital Plan


The Federal Reserve has instructed Bank of America to revise its capital plan by September 30 to address weaknesses in the bank's capital planning process, according a press release on Wednesday. Bank of America stated in a press release on Wednesday that the company's Board of Directors authorized a $4 billion common stock repurchase program and that the Fed had completed its 2015 Comprehensive Capital Analysis and Review and informed the Charlotte, North Carolina-based megabank that the Fed did not object to the bank's capital plan for the period of Q2 2015 through Q2 2016. Under that plan, the common stock dividend rate would be maintained at 5 cents per share per quarter.

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