Bank News found at New York Times:
While some investors have shifted assets to combat the uncertainty surrounding the debt ceiling debate, managers and regulators of money market funds say they’re optimistic.
As Europe struggles with its debt crisis, a popular haven for conservative investors could be a tad less safe.
Money market funds are sitting on $360 billion worth of European bank short-term debt, leaving open a way for Greek turmoil to play havoc in the United States.
Senator Charles E. Schumer inserted into a bill a provision that appears aimed at helping banks address a costly problem with a patented system for processing digital copies of checks.
Checking account holders are in desperate need of government protection from unreasonable late fees and other costly traps.
At the height of the crisis, the nation’s biggest and smallest banks alike lined up for loans at the Fed’s discount window.
Credit Unions are stepping up their normally low-key criticism of big banks in ads that use celebrity pitchmen to get attention.
Bucks blog offers strategies to thwart efforts by thieves to capture debit-card data at automated teller machines
Social Security and welfare checks are being replaced by direct deposit and debit cards, which will change some rituals of inner-city life, like using federal benefit checks as collateral.
Don’t believe it when big banks say that new regulations are forcing them to impose checking account fees.
Bucks blog notes according to American Customer Satisfaction Index, customer satisfaction with credit unions fell 5 percent in 2010 from 2009
Bucks blog; Bankrate's 2010 Checking Study shows national averages of automatic teller fees, with Seattle topping list at $2.69; national average across country is $2.33
You're the Boss blog notes amendment to financial overhaul bill that repeals law prohibiting banks from paying interest on business checking accounts
A disturbingly ugly A.T.M was taken out to pasture, to the delight of Greenwich Village preservationists, and N.Y.U.’s Quidditch team began its season.
Bucks blog gives tips on fixing unauthorized checking account charges by product or service providers