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Recent Summary.     Click for More > Janet Yellen nominated by Obama to head US Federal Reserve Obama signs budget cuts into effect President Obama praises US 'fiscal cliff' deal   Obama has hailed a deal reached to stave off drastic taxation and spending measures as 'just one step in the broader effort to strengthen the... US Senate approves key tax deal US to miss 'fiscal cliff' deadline Senate leader Harry Reid voices fiscal cliff fear American Jim Yong Kim named World Bank chief 9 eurozone nations downgraded by S&P  Standard & Poor's said Friday that it has downgraded the credit ratings of nine euro area governments, including AAA-rated France and Austri... U.S. government credit downgraded  Credit rating agency Standard & Poor's (S&P) downgraded its credit rating of the U.S. federal government from AAA to AA+ Obama signs bill to end default threat US Congress approves budget bill Deal reached on Bush era tax cuts Fraudster Madoff gets 150 years Top investors 'hit by $50bn con' US Fed announces $800bn stimulus House backs $700bn bail-out plan Bush hails financial rescue plan Lehman Bros files for bankruptcy   The 4th-largest investment bank in the US will file for bankruptcy protection, amid a growing global financial crisis US takes over key mortgage firms Iraq's projected $80b surplus stirs anger Bush to ask 87 billions more for Iraq
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1. 2017-09-07 About 143m customers affected by Equifax cyber incident USA
C. 2017-04-25 Trump backs down on border wall funding Washington
3. 2017-04-14 US government 'hacked global bank system' USA
E. 2016-10-02 Trump 'a genius' if he paid no taxes - allies White House, USA
F. 2016-05-08 Trump in apparent reverse on taxes for rich USA
G. 2016-01-20 US wasted millions on Afghan reconstruction, says watchdog Washington
2015-12-16 US Fed raises interest rates by 0.25% Washington
I. 2015-01-18 Obama to seek tax raises on wealthy Washington
J. 2014-12-11 US House passes $1.1tn budget bill House of Representatives


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About 143m customers affected by Equifax cyber incident  Customers of credit report giant Equifax may have had information compromised in a cyber security breach, the company has disclosed Trump backs down on border wall funding US Fed raises interest rates by 0.25%


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Apr.14  USA  US government 'hacked global bank system'


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Oct.2  USA  Trump 'a genius' if he paid no taxes - allies
May.8  USA  Trump in apparent reverse on taxes for rich
Jan.20  Washington  US wasted millions on Afghan reconstruction, says watchdog


year 2015 Top ^

Dec.16   Washington
  The US Federal Reserve has raised interest rates by 0.25 percentage points - its first increase since 2006
 The move takes the range of rates banks offer to lend to each other overnight to between 0.25% and 0.5%. Rates in the US have been at near-zero since 2008
Jan.18  Washington  Obama to seek tax raises on wealthy

year 2014 Top ^

Dec.11   House of Representatives US House passes $1.1tn budget bill Sep.29  New York  Argentina 'in contempt' of US court Sep.3  Manhattan  Ex-New York mayor back at Bloomberg Jul.30  New York  Argentine debt talks end in failure Feb.25  California  US pair found '$10m buried treasure'  Texas  'Goldman Sachs' tweeter unmasked Feb.14  Washington  US advises banks on 'cannabis cash' Jan.6  U.S. Senate  Yellen confirmed as next Fed chair

year 2013 Top ^

Dec.10  U.S. Congress  US budget deal reached in Congress Nov.19   Manhattan JP Morgan in record $13bn settlement
Nov.15  Manhattan  JP Morgan agrees $4.5bn settlement Nov.4  New York  Hedge fund in $1.8bn fraud payout Oct.25  Manhattan  JP Morgan agrees $5.1bn settlement Oct.9   Washington   Janet Yellen nominated by Obama to head US Federal Reserve   US President Barack Obama has officially nominated Federal Reserve vice-chair Janet Yellen to be the next head of the US central bank Mar.1   Washington   Obama signs budget cuts into effect   US President Barack Obama has signed into effect a wave of steep spending cuts which he has warned could damage the US economy Feb.4   New York US 'will sue' Standard & Poor's Jan.7   North Carolina US bank to pay $12bn settlement Jan.1   Washington   President Obama praises US 'fiscal cliff' deal
  Obama has hailed a deal reached to stave off drastic taxation and spending measures as 'just one step in the broader effort to strengthen the economy'


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Dec.31   U.S. Senate   US Senate approves key tax deal   The US Senate has approved a deal to avert tax hikes and spending cuts known as the 'fiscal cliff'   Washington   US to miss 'fiscal cliff' deadline   The US will miss a midnight deadline and head over the 'fiscal cliff'', after the House of Representatives said it would hold no vote on Mon... Dec.27   U.S. Senate   Senate leader Harry Reid voices fiscal cliff fear   The US appears to be heading over the 'fiscal cliff', with prospects dim for a deal to avoid tax rises and spending cuts, the US Senate leader... Sep.13   Washington Fed acts to bolster US economy Jun.21   USA Moody's downgrades 15 major banks Apr.16   New York American Jim Yong Kim named World Bank chief   Jim Yong Kim was tapped to be the next president of the World Bank, besting Nigerian finance minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala Jan.13   New York 9 eurozone nations downgraded by S&P
  Standard & Poor's said Friday that it has downgraded the credit ratings of nine euro area governments, including AAA-rated France and Austria


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Dec.17   U.S. Senate US Senate passes key funding bill Dec.16   UN Security Council UN lifts Libyan banks sanctions Oct.26   Connecticut FBI detains ex-Goldman Sachs man Sep.25   Washington Eurozone rescue plan 'emerging' Sep.19   Washington Obama outlines US deficit plans Sep.17   Washington New Obama plan to tax wealthiest Aug.6   Washington U.S. government credit downgraded
  Credit rating agency Standard & Poor's (S&P) downgraded its credit rating of the U.S. federal government from AAA to AA+.    This was the first time the government was given a rating below AAA. Glo...
Aug.2   Washington   Obama signs bill to end default threat   President Barack Obama has signed legislation to increase the US debt ceiling and avert a financial default after Congress voted Jul.31   Washington Obama announces US deficit deal Jul.30   U.S. Senate US Senate in intense debt debate Jul.27   House of Representatives Boehner pushes House on debt plan May.18  New York  IMF chief resigns over sex charge Apr.14   U.S. Congress US Congress approves budget bill   The Congress has passed a budget bill that would cut $38.5bn in government spending over the rest of the fiscal year

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Dec.6   Washington   Deal reached on Bush era tax cuts  Barack Obama has announced a bipartisan agreement has been reached to extend soon-to-expire Bush era tax cuts to all Americans Jun.27   Toronto G20 agrees on deficit cuts by 2013
Jan.21   Washington Obama pushes new bank regulation

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Jun.29   New York   Fraudster Madoff gets 150 years
  Bernard Madoff has been given the maximum prison sentence for masterminding a massive fraud that robbed investors of $65bn Mar.23   Washington US unveils $1tn toxic asset plan


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Dec.13   New York   Top investors 'hit by $50bn con'
  Some of the world's wealthiest private and corporate investors are reported to be victims of an alleged fraud by Wall Street broker Bernard Madoff Nov.25   Washington US Fed announces $800bn stimulus  The Federal Reserve is to inject another $800bn into the US economy in a further effort to stabilise the financial system Nov.17   New York Citigroup job cull to hit 75,000
Nov.14   Washington World leaders grapple with crisis Oct.3   House of Representatives House backs $700bn bail-out plan
  The House of Representatives has passed by 263-171 vote a government plan to rescue the US financial sector Sep.29   House of Representatives $700 billion bailout package failed Sep.21   New York US banks make shock status switch Sep.19   Washington   Bush hails financial rescue plan
  President George W Bush : The US is set to take 'unprecedented measures' to tackle the crisis gripping US financial markets Sep.14   New York Lehman Bros files for bankruptcy
  The 4th-largest investment bank in the US will file for bankruptcy protection, amid a growing global financial crisis
 The move dealed a further blow to the global financial system. It was a primary dealer in the U.S. Treasury securities market. The filing marked the largest bankruptcy in U.S. history
Sep.7   Washington US takes over key mortgage firms
  US financial officials have outlined plans for the government to take over Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, the largest bail-outs in US history Aug.5   U.S. Congress Iraq's projected $80b surplus stirs anger  U.S. auditors: Iraq is raking in more money from oil exports than it is spending, amassing a projected 4-year budget surplus of up to $80 bi... Mar.18   Washington Federal Reserve slashes rates by 0.75

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Dec.23   USA Battered dollar hits another low


year 2003 Top ^

Sep.7   Washington   Bush to ask 87 billions more for Iraq  President has told the American people that Iraq is ''now the central front' in a global war against terrorism Aug.27   Washington Bremer: Iraq effort to cost tens of billions


year 2002 Top ^

Jun.25   New York WorldCom in accounting trouble, cut jobs