Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Jamie Dimon, Chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase, discussed the state of the global economy at the Council on Foreign Relations on Wednesday in Washington, D.C.
He spoke with Council on Foreign Relations President Richard Haass.
Wednesday, October 10, 2012 at 3:19pm (ET)
Author Malcolm MacKay discusses his book, “Impeccable Connections: The Rise and Fall of Richard Whitney”. He details Mr. Whitney’s journey from president of the New York Stock Exchange to convicted white collar criminal. The Museum of American Finance hosts this event.
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A recent International Monetary Fund report recommends that China make significant changes to its economic system in order to maintain its current pace of growth. Markus Rodlauer, the IMF's China mission chief, discusses the report with a panel of China experts at this Brookings Institution event.
Senate Budget Chairwoman Patty Murray (D-WA) released her 2014 budget resolution for mark up Wednesday. It included significant tax increases on top of the $620 billion tax hike from the fiscal cliff deal.
President Obama's financial regulator nominees went before the Senate Banking Committee Tuesday for consideration to lead the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection (CFPB) and the the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
High ranking Transportation Department officials joined the American Public Transportation Association's annual legislative conference. The day-long event addressed the need for funding and policies that support U.S. public transportation and rail systems.
The National Press Club holds a news conference to discuss how the new healthcare laws are taking shape in the states during a Newsmakers' event titled "Obamacare on the Ground."
Rep. Darrel Issa (R-CA) chaired a House Oversight Committee hearing on spending practices in the Departments of Education and Transportation.
The National Association for Business Economics holds its annual policy conference, featuring speakers from business, the government and the Federal Reserve.
The Center for American Progress hosted a discussion on "the end of cash" and the increasing use of prepaid debit cards.
Following a meeting with Congressional leaders, President Obama holds a news briefing at the White House.