This week's most read content includes a data dispatch on banks that crossed $10 billion in assets and an exclusive on the Federal Reserve's inflation strategies.
7 US banks crossed the $10B asset mark in Q1'19
Seven U.S. banks crossed the $10 billion asset mark during the first quarter, a key threshold for banking institutions.
Politics likely to derail Senate Republicans' CECL-delay bill
A recently introduced bill that would delay the implementation of the current expected credit loss accounting standard is expected to sputter given the caustic party-line divide in Washington, political analysts said.
Auto loan-delinquency rise moderates as banks focus on credit quality
Auto loan delinquencies continued to increase in the first quarter, but the year-over-year rise was the smallest in more than two years.
Fed weighs rethinking inflation strategies to bolster recession toolbox
Federal Reserve officials are weighing whether a low-inflation world gives them enough ammunition to combat the next recession.
Fifth Third Bank applies to convert to a national bank
In announcing the move, Fifth Third Bancorp said the bank was doing so to better align regulatory supervision with its expanding national business model by bringing its operations under a single regulatory regime.