Coronavirus Impact
Coronavirus Impact
At its inaugural hearing, the committee appointed by lawmakers to oversee CARES Act implementation pressed for answers about why the Main Street Lending Program is off to such a slow start.
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As more consumers do business online, some deposits are being unfairly categorized as brokered, inviting burdensome regulatory scrutiny.
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OCC
The regulator announced in June it would use call report data from before the crisis to calculate bank assessment fees in September, a one-time change.
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Just eight loans had been made as of late July, six of them through a single community bank in Florida, according to new data on the federal rescue program for small and midsize companies hurt by the pandemic.
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The central bank released new details about FedNow, which officials hope to get off the ground before a 2023 or 2024 target launch date.
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Credit card balances declined most sharply as consumers cut back their spending due to the coronavirus pandemic and associated shutdown orders, the New York Fed said Thursday. But delinquencies also fell across all debt categories, thanks to government and lender relief efforts.
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The agency said property owners can enter into new or modified forbearance plans if they have a hardship due to the coronavirus, but the landlords must agree not to kick out renters solely for nonpayment of rent.
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