What the Fed’s New Bank Rules Mean for Your Money

Take a look at the Fed’s new crisis rules for banks…

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Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell has not been the most reassuring figure for investors as of late. In fact, his frank assessments of the post-coronavirus economy have caused some large one-day drops… 

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But Powell is just doing his job. He’s giving the best economic forecasts he can based on the extensive data available to him as the head of our country’s central bank. And like it or not, that data suggests we’re not out of the woods quite yet. 

The financial sector in particular is expected to face strong headwinds in the coming months, even if COVID-19 magically disappears. To that end, the Fed announced last week that it’s capping bank dividends and suspending share buybacks through the end of the third quarter. 

Let’s look at why the central bank made this dramatic decision, and what it means for you as an investor. 

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