In Focus

  • Week InReview: January 23, 2015

    • Friday, January 23, 2015

    Read what happened in the industry, on the hill, and at the agencies while you were working.

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  • Week InAdvance: January 20, 2015

    • Tuesday, January 20, 2015

    TUESDAY | Fed Governor Jerome Powell and UK Financial Conduct Authority chief discuss financial market conduct and structure in Washington. The IMF releases its latest snapshot of the global economy. President delivers his sixth State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress. Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch delivers remarks on committee's agenda at U.S. Chamber event.

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  • Week InAdvance: January 12, 2015

    • Monday, January 12, 2015

    MONDAY | House Rules Committee to consider package of bills easing financial regulations: after the House failed to reach a supermajority supporting quick passage of a package of bills easing financial regulations, the House Rules Committee will take up the measure, paving the way for its passage with a simple majority. The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporations 40th Anniversary Forum on pensions.

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Our financial markets connect companies to investors and borrowers to lenders to help corporations create jobs, cities and states build needed roads, bridges, and schools, families finance homes and cars, and pension plans at all levels meet their obligations. These markets allow thousands of organizations and millions of individuals to invest in America, sharing in the success of our nation's businesses and maintaining a stake in the strength of cities, counties, states, and our country.

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