It's hardly the "dismantling" the president touted in his campaign, but the new law does ease mortgage requirements for community banks
Overall applications slip as interest rates keep climbing
The director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau may not have always been serving “validly and legally,” according to the chairman of the House Financial Services Committee
Compliance across state lines can get a bit tricky
Pending home sales were up sharply last month, but still 5.2% below May of 2013
Six New Yorkers have been charged in a mortgage scam designed to steal millions from lending institutions.
A large bank has agreed to pay the United States $200 million to resolve allegations of shoddy mortgage originating and underwriting. The bank also admitted to deficiencies in its processes
The turmoil in Iraq has spread into Syria, although the market hasn't seen much reaction. Janet Yellen is speaking at the IMF conference Wednesday, but it's unlikely she'll rock the boat. All this and more in today's rate snapshot