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Gov't orders 14 lenders to reimburse homeowners

The U.S. government on Wednesday ordered 16 of America's largest mortgage lenders and servicers to reimburse homeowners who were improperly foreclosed upon. Full story

Chief of new consumer agency defends goals

The White House official designing a government bureau to help consumers deal with financial institutions protested Republican efforts to kill or hobble the agency. Full story

World Bank: Palestinian growth good but fragile

The World Bank says the Palestinian economy shows continued improvement but will not be sustainable unless Israeli restrictions are removed. Full story

IMF: Palestinian economic bodies ready for state

An International Monetary Fund report says the Palestinian Authority's financial institutions are ready for statehood now that it has carried out a series of economic reforms. Full story

Rep. Paul planning hearing on Fed foreign lending

Persistent Federal Reserve critic Representative Ron Paul plans to hold a hearing on the central bank's emergency loans to the branches of non-U.S. banks, and could ask a Fed official to testify, his spokeswoman said on Saturday. Full story

Banks can keep embassy accounts: U.S. regulators

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Financial regulators have clarified that banks can provide services to foreign diplomatic missions and still comply with anti-money laundering laws after several major banks moved to close embassy accounts. Full story

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  Fed Discloses Details of $3.3T in Crisis Loans

The Federal Reserve on Wednesday revealed the details of some $3.3 trillion in emergency loans it made to financial institutions during the credit crisis as mandated by a revamp of US regulations. CNBC's Steve Liesman has the details.