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Cordray Addresses Income Inequalities

While many enjoyed their Labor Day Monday, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Director Richard Cordray attended the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations Labor Day Picnic to discuss three forms of financial inequality deepening the divide between those trying to stretch their dollar and the wealthy.

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The Week Ahead: The Beige Book

This Wednesday, the Federal Reserve will release the Beige Book, determining whether the economy is overheating or experiencing inflationary pressures. Take a look at what was reported in the last Beige Book and more in The Week Ahead.

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Bringing Harvey Aid to Texas

The House of Representatives will soon return from summer recess and vote on the first phase of emergency relief money for areas affected by Hurricane Harvey. Take a look at how they plan on keeping FEMA operating while still funding federal disaster relief.

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Duty Calls

Freddie Mac has a duty to serve the American homebuyer, and with a series of action plans that’s just what the GSE plans to do. Editor's Note: This print feature first appeared in the August issue of MReport, available now.

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The Final Rule

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau released the final ruling for TILA annual threshold adjustments Wednesday revising the dollar amounts for regulations that fall under Regulation Z. Take a look at what’s changed.

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