Daily Money & Banking News Update: 4/7/2017

  1. Bank of England’s Carney Calls for UK-EU Rules Pact After Brexit (CNBC)
  2. Fed’s Kashkari to Jamie Dimon: It’s “Nothing Personal” – Big Banks Need to Double Their Safety Nets (CNBC)
  3. ECB’s Praet Says It’s Too Early to Start Discussing a Reduction of Bond Buying (CNBC)
  4. Principles for Financial Regulatory Reform: Speech by William Dudley (New York Fed)
  5. Fed’s Dudley Says US Should Consider Small Changes to Financial Regulation (CNBC)
  6. Fed’s Dudley Stakes Out Third Position on Too Big to Fail (MarketWatch)
  7. US Regulator Removes Top Examiner for Wells Fargo – Sources (Reuters)
  8. Wall Street Sees Fed Balance Sheet Normalization Plan by Year End: Reuters Poll (Reuters)
  9. Venezuela Clinches $300 Million Deal With New York Fund: Sources (Reuters)
  10. China Forex Reserves Rose for Second Straight Month in March (Wall Street Journal)
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