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Key players in the financial overhaul

Now that President Obama has signed his financial overhaul bill into law, here's a look at who in Washington has played an important role in deciding its fate.

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Geithner's realm grows as overhaul nears finish
Article | Half a year after some predicted he would be booted from the Obama administration, Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner stands to inherit vast power to shape bank regulations, oversee financial markets and create a consumer protection agency.
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As economy slows and Fed voices conflict, markets look to Bernanke for guidance
Article | With the housing market retreating, unemployment lingering and top officials at the Federal Reserve in open disagreement over what to do, Fed Chairman Ben S. Bernanke is under rising pressure to offer solutions in an address Friday that is likely to be his most important since the end of the fina...
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Chamber of Commerce losing battles against Obama
Article | Over the past year, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has spent nearly $3 million a week in opposition to President Obama's major agenda items, breaking all previous lobbying records and placing a political bet on the Republican Party.
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Democrats move to shore up faltering recovery
Article | A rapidly weakening economy threatens to undermine President Obama's assertion that he has set the nation on a path to prosperity and, with barely two months until congressional midterm elections, Democrats find themselves with few options for reviving the faltering recovery.

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