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  • Treasury Marks 20 Years of the Community Development Financial Institutions Fund

    The U.S. Treasury Department marked 20 years of the Community Development Financial Institutions Fund (CDFI Fund), which to date has resulted in $2 billion in monetary awards to community-based financial institutions, $525 million in new bond guarantees, and $40 billion in tax credits to support economic development in underserved areas throughout the nation.

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  • Understanding the Macroeconomic Impact of Student Loans

    Deputy Secretary Sarah Bloom Raskin delivered remarks and participated in a moderated conversation on "Understanding the Macroeconomic Impact of Student Loans" at the annual meeting of the National Association for Business Economics (NABE) in Chicago, Illinois.

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  • New Public Service Ads Urge Homeowners to Seek Mortgage Help

    Treasury and HUD, in collaboration with the Ad Council, launched a new series of PSAs to raise awareness of the free federal resources still available through Making Home Affordable. These new PSAs – themed “This is Why” – recognize the challenges struggling homeowners face and encourage them to be more proactive about getting help. Watch the Videos

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  • The Economic Costs of Climate Change

    The Hamilton Project recently hosted a forum with U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew to explore the economics of climate change, and the potential costs of inaction to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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  • Treasury Hosts Documentary Screening on Efforts to Improve Financial Lives of American Families

    Treasury’s Office of Consumer Policy recently hosted a screening of the documentary film entitled Spent: Looking for Change.

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Treasury works closely with state, tribal, and local officials elected by the American people. A strong partnership will best enable Treasury to promote an economic policy agenda that ensures robust growth and job creation throughout the American economy.

Data Center

The Department of the Treasury's Data Center offers visitors raw data, graphs, and charts on topics ranging from Treasury interest rates to the Recovery Act to the International Capital System. For more on Treasury data, including more information on the Daily Treasury Yield Curve which you see on your right, explore the Data Center.

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Daily Treasury Yield Curve

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Financial Sanctions

OFAC sanctions programs and country information, Specially Designated Nationals (SDN) List.
Learn more about Financial Sanctions.

Financial Stability

Provides information and updates on Treasury's efforts to wind down the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP). Visit FinancialStability.gov

Wall Street Reform

It is time to restore responsibility and accountability to our financial system.
Find out more about Wall Street Reform.

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April 14, 2014 - Secretary Lew and Ukrainian Finance Minister Oleksandr Shlapak met at Treasury and later participated in a signing ceremony for a...

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