The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is set on Thursday to issue a proposal that would ban the use of arbitration clauses that prevent consumers from bringing class action lawsuits. more »
Just six months out from the general election, presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's positions on financial issues remain a complete mystery aside from a general pledge to roll back the Dodd-Frank Act. more »
Auto lending has enjoyed a serious boost in volume, and one segment subprime loans has followed suit, but a recent study suggests a spike in delinquencies and charge-offs is in the offing.
Six months following the liability shift date for EMV cards, the switch to chip technology is reducing some card-present fraud.
The only member of the NCUA board to be appointed twice by different presidents talks to CU Journal.
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