The House endorsed the plan by a comfortable majority of 263-to-171 after rejecting the first draft on Monday by 228-205, triggering sharp declines in stock prices .
The US Senate, the upper house, endorsed the revised bill on Wednesday and it will become law when signed by George W. Bush, the US President who has been one of its
- EU stress tests should follow US example – EBA chairman
- Podcast series: central banking in the post-crisis world
- Research project weighs bold plans for cross-border payments
- Central banks should challenge risky fintech projects – Carstens
- Sri Lankan central bank tackles ‘large and persistent’ liquidity deficit