Fed audit clause unanimously approved for reform bill

The US Senate

A clause to audit the Federal Reserve was on Tuesday voted into a financial regulatory reform bill in the US Senate with unanimous approval.

The resounding vote in favour of the amendment has entrenched its place in the reform bill, which continues to be debated in the US Senate.

The controversial provision, sponsored by Bernie Sanders, an independent senator for Vermont, requires the central banks to release the names of all the firms who used its emergency lending facilities during the financi

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