The pandemic encouraged more people to consider opening a bank account online, according to a new FICO survey released today.
The U.S. Treasury today announced the creation of the Office of Recovery Programs to administer economic relief and recovery programs.
Real gross domestic product growth is projected to be substantial this year and the unemployment rate is expected to decline markedly, according to members of the Federal Open Market Committee.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau today rescinded seven policy statements that provided temporary flexibilities for financial institutions when serving customers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Federal Reserve will continue to keep its target range for the federal funds rate at zero to 0.25% as the COVID-19 pandemic continues, causing “tremendous human and economic hardship across the United States and around the world,” the Federal Open Market Committee said today.
The path of the U.S. economy will continue to depend on the course of the coronavirus and progress in vaccination, according to members of the Federal Open Market Committee.
As expected, the Federal Reserve will continue to keep its target range for the federal funds rate at zero to 0.25% to support the U.S. economy during this “challenging time,” the Federal Open Market Committee said today.
Banks made accommodations to help consumers address pandemic-related hardships beyond what was legally required under the CARES Act, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau observed in its latest “Supervisory Highlights” report.
The coronavirus pandemic continues to cause economic hardship across the country and poses considerable risk to the economic outlook over the medium term, according to members of the Federal Reserve’s Federal Open Market Committee.
Small businesses are exploring online lending, with 44% saying they looked into the option in the past year and 25% procuring an online loan during that time, according to the JPMorgan Chase Business Leaders Outlook survey released yesterday.