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SMALL BUSINESS: Senate Banking Committee Chairman Sen. Sherrod Brown says: “Wall Street too often excludes small and minority-owned businesses and only measures success by the stock market."

SMALL BUSINESS: Senate Banking Committee ChairmanSherrod Brown says: “Wall Street too often excludes small and minority-owned businesses and only measures success by the stock market."

This made me curious, so I just went and found the May, 1977 testimony to the Senate banking committee. Core CPI was running over 6%. He didn’t get to the topic of inflation until page 6, and it was almost an aside:

Fed: Powell Remarks To House Financial Services Committee Identical To Those Before Senate Banking Committee

“The economic recovery remains uneven and far from complete, and the path ahead is highly uncertain,” Powell said in testimony to the Senate Banking Committee.

SEB Bank 1/3: The US economy needs continued support. Yesterday's hearing in the Senate Banking Committee, Mr Powell made no major efforts to counter rising interest rates. However, the message was clear: the economy is still far from full employment and inflation targets,

RELIEF BILL: Senate Banking Committee Chair Sen. Sherrod Brown spoke about unemployment and the need to pass President Biden's American Rescue Plan.

Monetary policy is playing a role in the rise of some asset prices, Fed Chair Powell says before the Senate Banking Committee. “There’s certainly a link.”

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Without listing the property publicly, Sen. Perdue sold his D.C. house for $1.8 million to a board governor of FINRA, a financial industry organization under the purview of the Senate Banking Committee, on which Perdue sits.

Without listing the property publicly, Sen. Perdue sold his D.C. house for $1.8 million to a board governor of FINRA, a financial industry organization under the purview of the Senate Banking Committee, on which Perdue sits.

Without listing the property publicly, Sen. Perdue sold his D.C. house for $1.8 million to a board governor of FINRA, a financial industry organization under the purview of the Senate Banking Committee, on which Perdue sits.

Without listing the property publicly, Sen. Perdue sold his D.C. house for $1.8 million to a board governor of FINRA, a financial industry organization under the purview of the Senate Banking Committee, on which Perdue sits.

The same year FINRA was lobbying the Senate on a bill, one of its board governors paid @sendavidperdue  $1.8 million for his unlisted D.C. townhouse. #CorruptPerdue  sits on the Senate Banking Committee, which oversaw the bill. But #LetThemEatCake 

New: The same year FINRA was lobbying the Senate on a bill, one of its board governors paid Perdue $1.8 million for his D.C. townhouse. Perdue sits on the Senate Banking Committee, which oversaw the bill.

Sen. David Perdue traded thousands of dollars in bank stocks while serving on the Senate Banking Committee, even as he helped pass bills benefiting the financial industry. If this isn't corruption, I don't know what is. Georgia voters must vote him out of office on Jan 5.

7 years ago, I walked into my first-ever Senate Banking Committee hearing & asked some of the top federal banking regulators: when was the last time you took the biggest Wall Street banks to trial? (Spoiler alert: they were stumped.)

NEW: It's not just Democrats who want more information about the TRUMP administration's move to lift sanctions on Russian oligarch OLEG DERIPASKA's businesses. The GOP staff of the Senate Banking Committee is working with Dems to review the decision.

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