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Will Facebook’s Libra tip the cryptocurrency scales?

"We still have governments and governments are not willing to let their currencies go," warned Nicholas Coriano of Cervitude Inc.

Purchase man sues XL over coverage in currency-rigging case

Peter Little says he has run up $1.1 million in expenses to defend himself and he estimates his costs will total more than $5 million.

Southport’s Richard Clarida confirmed as Fed vice chairman

In 2016, Clarida released a CD of original folk rock music, which he recorded at a studio in his home and at the legendary EMI Abbey Road Studios in London.

Craig DeMaio: Interest rates and investing – what to do when...

The increases, past and future, can fuel higher borrowing costs for virtually any commodity that requires borrowing, from mortgages to credit cards.

Stamford-based GE exec drops out of running for Fed Reserve spot

GE Energy Financial Services CEO David Nason prefers "to pursue opportunities at GE," according to the company.

Office of the Comptroller of the Currency approves People’s United purchase...

Bridgeport-based bank awaits Federal Reserve approval of transaction.

Column: What to do as Fed passes on raising rates

A Morgan Stanley adviser weighs in.

Fed report: Small businesses have trouble getting loans

A Federal Reserve report reveals varied demand for credit across businesses grouped by size, as well as significant difficulty for smaller businesses.

Uncertainty ahead for bank merger

Fed has more questions before M&T, Hudson City can merge

Banks reach $8.5B foreclosure deal

Ten of the country's largest mortgage servicers agreed to pay a combined $8.5 billion over mortgage loan servicing and foreclosure processing abuse claims.

Sandy dents factory revenue

December marks a fifth month of moderate decline in business conditions for New York manufacturers, as Hurricane Sandy damaged fall revenue numbers at downstate factories.

NY Fed: Manufacturing weakens further

As manufacturing continues to weaken, the head of the New York Fed summarized what ails the economy.

Mortgage rates hit new low

The average 30-year fixed mortgage rate is at an all-time low of 3.4 percent.

Manufacturing malaise lingers

New York-area manufacturers reported continued weakness in their current business.

Fed launches QE3

The Federal Reserve is undertaking a third round of “quantitative easing” in a bid to pump up the economy.