The leading Republican said the budget proposal would make “Washington regulators accountable”
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The Federal Reserve, as expected, announced a further taper of bond buys today. The Fed also moderated its outlook for yearly economic growth following a less-than-stellar first quarter
The Fed's governing committee will end its meeting today and release a policy statement, and mortgage apps dropped this week after an increase last week
As the mortgage world has become more complex, lenders and originators have come to rely more and more on third-party technology solutions to keep their businesses up and running. Cutting-edge software has gone, in the last couple of decades, from being a convenience to being a necessity
Bank of America's Merrill Lynch unit has failed to quash a lawsuit over shoddy mortgage bonds
It's human nature to value privacy, but in the business world transparency is better for both consumers and industry
The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a dispute over whether loan officers are exempt from regulations governing minimum wage and overtime pay