The Trump administration is in talks with lawmakers to have the second round of stimulus funding approved by the end of the week.
The Sennate unveiles its stimulus plan, lawmakers conflict over a competing plan in the House, and the Fed keeps rates steady after its July meeting.
Two stimulus packages take shape in Congress, a Senate committee approves Trump’s nominees for the Fed, and a hearing is held for two SEC candidates.
Congress releases a report explore how it could tax carried interest, and the House holds a hearing on capital markets, which focused on disclosure requirements to investors and stock buybacks.
The FTC calls for scrutiny on private equity roll-ups in health care, the SBA releases data on PPP loan recipients, and other events in Washington around the Independence Day break.