The nation’s banks stopped nearly $17 billion in fraudulent transactions in 2016 — a figure that represents a substantial increase since 2014 in attempted fraud, when the industry stopped $11 billion — according to ABA’s 2017 Deposit Account Fraud Survey Report released today.
Small businesses located in rural areas are more likely to apply to a small financial institution for credit, according to a recent survey published by the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.
Majority women-owned firms — those where 51 percent or more of the business is owned by women — are more likely than their male counterparts to face funding and profitability challenges, according to new data from the Federal Reserve Banks of New York and Kansas City.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau — which is in a multiyear potential rulemaking process on overdraft protection and disclosures — today released a qualitative study of consumers’ experiences with overdraft.
Small business owners’ outlook on economic conditions is significantly higher today than it was a year ago, according to Bank of America’s fall 2017 Small Business Owner Report.
Farm profitability continued to decline in the first half of 2017, according to the latest agricultural lenders survey conducted by ABA and Farmer Mac.
Adoption of mobile payments at retail points of sale has stalled and possibly declined, according to a new study from Auriemma Consulting Group released today.
A 45 percent plurality of Americans say there is too much government regulation of business, according to a Gallup poll released today.
Nearly three-fourths of U.S. registered voters believe that passing tax reform should be the top or an important priority for Congress, according to a new survey conducted by Morning Consult for the Financial Services Roundtable.