US regulators are close to slapping Wells Fargo with a $1 billion fine for forcing customers into car insurance and charging mortgage borrowers unfair fees.
St. Louis Federal Reserve President James Bullard is concerned about the yield curve.
Congress just moved a step closer to gutting an Obama-era safeguard against discriminatory auto lending.
Big banks are raking in monster profits -- and they owe President Trump thanks for their success.
Fifty-eight percent of global money managers surveyed by Bank of America Merrill Lynch think the stock market has already peaked or will later this year.
Many prisoners lose Medicaid coverage the moment they are incarcerated, creating a critical gap in coverage that sets inmates up for failure and costs state and local governments billions.
President Trump is setting the stage to make more low-income Americans work for Medicaid, food stamps and other benefits. But a growing number of states are already doing just that.
President Donald Trump repeats his preference for bilateral trade deals during summit with Japan's Abe.
The Supreme Court heard arguments for South Dakota vs. Wayfair Tuesday, a case that could force consumers to start paying sales tax on all of their online purchases.
The Senate could vote as soon as Tuesday to repeal a regulation aimed at ensuring minorities car buyers aren't charged higher interest rates.
Cash machines in several states in India are running out of rupees, and the government won't say why.
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Killeen, Texas is a relative oasis of racial parity when it comes to homeownership. The reason: Fort Hood.
Global growth is expected to remain strong for the next 18 months but the outlook thereafter is less rosy.
President Donald Trump wants to overhaul the $200 billion trade relationship with Japan. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe isn't so keen.
Hiral Sanghavi launched his company BauBax on Kickstarter in 2015. Three years and $20 million in sales later, he now fears he could lose everything due to a visa issue.
Regional banks could reward shareholders with up to $53 billion if Congress rolls back Dodd-Frank.
After three straight months of declines, consumers spent more at retailers in March.
Russian lawmakers are considering sanctions in retaliation for "unfriendly actions" by the United States.
Bank of America is minting money thanks to tax cuts, turbulent markets and the stronger economy.