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Report may pave way to gentler treatment of financial groups
Will the US president-elect ditch rulemaker Dan Tarullo in favour of a deregulator?
Don’t think standardised credit risk is worthy but dull, warns John Dizard
Lead supervisor outlines changes to annual stress test, including introduction of capital surcharges
Senior official says leave vote could deliver a ‘significant adverse reaction’ in global markets
Daniel Tarullo says capital surcharges will be incorporated into annual examinations
The central bank’s equations have tended to ignore events beyond America’s borders
Federal Reserve set to demand more capital cushions to discourage risky behaviour
December meeting seen as pivotal as hiring slows and governors split
Currency’s outlook buffeted by expectations Fed stays on policy sidelines into 2016
Concern on mixed messages sends dollar and bond yields lower as markets bet on delayed decision
Governors challenge leadership stance
JPMorgan’s shortfall of $12.5bn remains outstanding under new rules
Fed chair says $50bn asset threshold could be ‘modestly’ raised
Daniel Tarullo acknowledges burden from global capital requirements
Republicans challenge regulators on where they focus most
Shareholder also plans to target Citigroup and JPMorgan
Talk of piggy banks and trophy wives lightened the mood as the Federal Reserve debated recession
Regulator to propose rule in 2015 to address concern over risk
Review to analyse potential ‘regulatory capture’ by the Wall Street groups the regulator oversees
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