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House to Vote on Sweeping Rollback of Banking Rules

The House on Thursday is preparing to vote on sweeping legislation to roll back Wall Street regulations. The bill, introduced by Rep. Jeb Hensarling, R-Texas, offers the country’s nearly 6,000…

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Bank Leumi Sells Main Branch in Tel Aviv

The financial landscape of Israel is changing, as banks are moving major branches from prime real estate in the country’s center to less expensive locations. On Wednesday, Bank Leumi became…

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Greenfield Warns of New Wave of ATM Fraud at TD Bank

Councilman David Greenfield is warning New Yorkers about an epidemic of ATM fraud especially prevalent at TD Bank branches. Criminals first install skimming devices on ATMs, which steal the information…

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Flug: We’re Prepared to Buy More Dollars

The Bank of Israel is willing to do a great deal to support the shekel, said Bank chairperson Dr. Karnit Flug. In an interview with Maariv on the occasion of…

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Payless Shoe Retailer Files for Bankruptcy

Payless Inc., the bargain shoe store, filed for bankruptcy to slash debt as the retail spiral persists. The chain sought Chapter 11 protection in St. Louis, listing less than $10…

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