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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

Twitter handle: @jeffmason1

Dec 06 2013

Special Report - How Fed policy enriches private equity, if not workers

MACON, Georgia Sanders Walker had been working for 13 years at a BWAY Corp factory in Macon, Georgia, when the word came down one September 2011 morning: The company, a maker of plastic and metal containers, was closing the plant. Walker, a quality manager, and about 70 other employees were out of work.

Dec 06 2013

Special Report: How Fed policy enriches private equity, if not workers

MACON, Georgia Sanders Walker had been working for 13 years at a BWAY Corp factory in Macon, Georgia, when the word came down one September 2011 morning: The company, a maker of plastic and metal containers, was closing the plant. Walker, a quality manager, and about 70 other employees were out of work. | Video

Dec 06 2013

SPECIAL REPORT-How Fed policy enriches private equity, if not workers

MACON, Georgia, Dec 6 Sanders Walker had been working for 13 years at a BWAY Corp factory in Macon, Georgia, when the word came down one September 2011 morning: The company, a maker of plastic and metal containers, was closing the plant. Walker, a quality manager, and about 70 other employees were out of work.

Oct 07 2013

Analysis: U.S. banks get ready for the day when deposits shrink

NEW YORK U.S. banks, with nudging from regulators, are planning for the day when the economy recovers, rates rise, and depositors yank money from safe but low-paying accounts.

Oct 07 2013

U.S. banks get ready for the day when deposits shrink

NEW YORK U.S. banks, with nudging from regulators, are planning for the day when the economy recovers, rates rise, and depositors yank money from safe but low-paying accounts.

Sep 27 2013

Special Report: Pimco shook hands with the Fed - and made a killing

NEW YORK Through the second half of 2011, debate raged in financial markets over whether the U.S. Federal Reserve would embark on a third round of massive bond purchases, known as "quantitative easing," to shore up an anemic economy. Pacific Investment Management Co wasn't waiting to find out.

Sep 27 2013

SPECIAL REPORT - Pimco shook hands with the Fed - and made a killing

NEW YORK Through the second half of 2011, debate raged in financial markets over whether the U.S. Federal Reserve would embark on a third round of massive bond purchases, known as "quantitative easing," to shore up an anemic economy. Pacific Investment Management Co wasn't waiting to find out.

Sep 27 2013

Special Report - Pimco shook hands with the Fed - and made a killing

NEW YORK Through the second half of 2011, debate raged in financial markets over whether the U.S. Federal Reserve would embark on a third round of massive bond purchases, known as "quantitative easing," to shore up an anaemic economy. Pacific Investment Management Co wasn't waiting to find out.

Sep 13 2013

Banks to get third-quarter profit boost from dipping into reserves

Top U.S. banks will get billions of dollars of extra profit this quarter from the money they set aside in tougher times to cover bad loans.

Aug 01 2013

Analysis: Mortgage bond sell-offs hit U.S. banks with big losses

U.S. banks, who had little choice in recent years but to use deposits to buy super safe mortgage bonds, are now getting an unpleasant taste of the risks.

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