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Huntington Bancshares (Stock Quote: HBAN) is one of the first big banks to dip its toe back into the low-income real estate market — and it’s targeting one state that has really taken it on the chin during the Great Recession. Read more»
Despite the sour economy, consumers are still active in the bank market, and many are looking to change banks to cut a better deal on things like checking account rates or lower fees. If you are in the market for a new bank, stop and check these tips first before proceeding any further. Read more»
There’s a new trend developing in California — a host of big national banks storming the state and potentially knocking smaller regional banks out of business. Why the sudden interest in California? Read more»
It once again seems like one step forward, two steps back for the economy — and for bank interest rates. The latest example of that trend is news from the Federal Reserve that the U.S. economy is downshifting, with no guarantee that a double-dip recession isn’t looming. Read more»
When you seek advice, you expect professionals to do their best for you. The surgeon shouldn’t recommend an unnecessary operation just so he can make some money. Even if there’s a healthy fee involved, a lawyer should advise against a lawsuit you have no chance of winning. Right? Well, you hope so, anyway. What about your financial advisers? Will they give you the advice that’s best for you, or that’s most profitable for them? Read more»
Monday Banking News Roundup
By: Brian O'Connell
Welcome to sbup’s Monday cup of joe. Pull up a chair, pour yourself a hot mug of java and check out the latest news impacting your cash and credit in the banking world this week. Read more»
By a 60-39 vote, the U.S. Senate has given financial reform (H.R. 4173) its seal of approval, setting the stage for President Obama to make broad, new financial rules regarding consumer protection, risky trading activities, and tougher regulations the law of the land. The President is expected to sign the bill in a White House ceremony early next week. Read more»
Most working people know about the tradeoff when starting Social Security benefits: start early and you receive benefits for more years; start later and you’ll get more each month. Read more»
Bank of Wal-Mart: A Game-Changer?
By: Brian O'Connell
Critics have long charged that Wal-Mart has driven too many retailers out of business. Now that Wal-Mart is inching closer to the banking market, are banks about to suffer the same fate as their retail brethren? Read more»
If there’s a silver lining in the latest minutes of the Federal Reserve’s June meeting, it’s that we don’t have to worry much about inflation. But deflation is another matter, creating a whole new set of headaches for policy makers, homeowners, consumers and investors. How do you protect yourself from the prospect of falling prices and shrinking paychecks? Read more»
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