Weekly Regulatory Deadlines | July 03 to July 09

Debt ceiling deadline could hit in early September: study

Debt ceiling deadline could hit in early September: study

Debt ceiling deadline could hit in early September: study

Source: The Hill: Finance Policy

Military Credit Monitoring

FTC | Privacy | Final Rule

Removal of Transferred OTS Regulations Regarding Lending and INvestment; and Conforming Amendments to Other Regulation

FDIC | Mortgage Lending | Final Rule

Amendments to the Accelerated Filer and Large Accelerated Filer Definitions

SEC | FCPA/ABAC Securities | Proposed Rule

Derivatives Clearing Organization General Provisions and Core Principles

CFTC | Securities | Proposed Rule

International Services Surveys: BE-140 Benchmark Survey of Insurance Transactions by U.S. Insurance Companies With Foreign Persons

BEA | Cybersecurity | Final Rule

Debt ceiling deadline could hit in early September: study

Debt ceiling deadline could hit in early September: study
The Hill: Finance Policy 07/08/2019
The U.S. government could default on its debt in early September if Congress does not raise the debt ceiling before then, according to a new study from the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) set to be released Monday.”We now see a significant risk that…
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Wall Street opens lower on trade war fallout concerns

Wall Street opens lower on trade war fallout concerns
Reuters: Top News 07/09/2019
U.S. stocks opened lower on Tuesday, weighed down by worries over the impact of a protracted U.S.-China trade spat on company earnings and lowered expectations of a sharp interest rate cut later this month…
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TD Bank mortgage model puts emphasis on advice


TD Bank mortgage model puts emphasis on advice
National Mortgage News 07/09/2019
TD Bank is seeking to put advice front-and-center in its mortgage lending customer service model…
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Banks take a pass on rollback of overdraft rule

Banks take a pass on rollback of overdraft rule
American Banker 07/08/2019
Banking industry groups appear for the most part to be passing on an opportunity to water down a 10-year-old consumer protection rule meant to restrict overdraft fees…
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Markets Are Calm, Then Suddenly Go Crazy. Some Investors Think They Know Why
The Wall Street Journal: Markets 07/09/2019
Investors have noticed a force some call a “gamma trap,” and have been devising tools to estimate its size and direction in order to predict how markets will move and to trade around it…
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