The bill requires the Fed to ensure bank financing projects are in line with the U.S.’s climate commitments.
Financial institutions must take rapid, aggressive action to decarbonize our economy.
Banks that earn most of their income from overdraft fees resemble payday lenders more than traditional banks.
Multiple class-action lawsuits allege big banks prioritized corporate greed by putting big firms first in line.
Hundreds of vacant residences that were repossessed by the banks could be used to house 6,400 displaced people.
Some experts believe bankers are depriving small businesses of affordable loans in order to line their own pockets.
The Fed has paid Wall Street banks to effectively purchase the government’s debt.
Much of the so-called recovery is a result of large private equity firms buying up foreclosed homes.
It’s time for quantitative easing, but for the people instead of the powerful.
“The money is there. What we lack now is political will and social will,” Thunberg said.