News and Commentary
The Federal Reserve made significant rollbacks to regulations that were enacted after the 2008 financial crisis in a win for the financial industry. The new rules will ease requirements on banks for holding capital that were originally mandated by the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010.
Nellie Liang of the Brookings Institution writes about the risks of loosening financial regulations while simultaneously lowering interest rates.
Vox reporter, Ella Nilsen has an article about the public opinion on financial regulations and notes that both Democratic and Republican leaning voters want to the financial industry more strictly regulated.