Daniel Indiviglio

Daniel Indiviglio is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist, based in Washington, where he covers the intersection of politics and business. He joined from The Atlantic, where he provided analysis on topics such as financial regulation, housing finance policy, the Treasury, and the Fed.

Breakingviews
Feb. 8 2013 1:46 PMSlowing U.S. Snail Mail Could Speed Innovation
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Dec. 20 2012 3:35 PMThe Federal Reserve's Crackdown on Foreign Banks Is a Price of Stability
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Nov. 7 2012 12:58 PMThe Next Chairman of the House Financial Services Committee Sets His Sights on Dodd-Frank
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Oct. 30 2012 12:55 PMStorm Dents Wall Street but Spares U.S. Election
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Oct. 1 2012 12:51 PMDemocrats and Republicans Agree: The Internet Radio Royalty System Is Broken
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Sept. 11 2012 5:53 PMU.S. Political Jamborees Alienate Mr. Market
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Aug. 29 2012 6:26 PMGOP Should Be Careful What It Wishes For
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Aug. 22 2012 6:00 PMU.S. Housing Watchdog Goes Long on Short Sales
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July 18 2012 3:22 PMU.S. Student Debt on Scary Trajectory 
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July 5 2012 11:29 AMNew Mortgage Seizure Plan is the Nuttiest Idea Yet
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June 18 2012 4:10 PMLooming US debt clash a safety check for investors.
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June 6 2012 4:57 PMBofA reject wins Fannie Mae booby prize.
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June 5 2012 5:34 PMNewest Bank Sheriff Can't Let JPMorgan Moment Pass
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May 22 2012 5:39 PMJPMorgan Hits Washington's Reset Button
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April 30 2012 6:02 PMU.S. Mortage Lessons Lost in Student Debt Policy
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Dec. 24 2012 3:41 PMWashington May Finally Take Up Mortgage Reform
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Nov. 12 2012 5:27 PMWho Would Argue with a U.S. Millionaire Tax Hike?
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Nov. 6 2012 1:57 PMWhat Will Election Uncertainty Do to the Markets?
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Oct. 25 2012 5:01 PMFixing U.S. Finances Is A Job for Compromiser-in-Chief
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Sept. 28 2012 10:39 AMConsumer Confidence in the Economy Is Rising. So Why Are Chief Executives So Pessimistic?
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Sept. 6 2012 3:55 PMWhat U.S. Leaders Should Learn From European Austerity
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Aug. 23 2012 4:11 PMThe Old, The Poor, and U.S. Health Care Explained
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July 19 2012 4:08 PMCapital One Case Heralds End of Sneaky Fees
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July 16 2012 1:46 PMUS Student Loan Fix Robs the Old To Pay the Young
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June 19 2012 6:10 PMDimon double gives Congress wasteful distraction.
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June 11 2012 4:24 PMJPMorgan should consider whale of a bonus.
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June 6 2012 2:50 PMWisconsin puts proactive policies back on the map.
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May 25 2012 3:55 PMIs the Federal Reserve Too Complex to Manage?
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May 14 2012 3:17 PMDodd-Frank Opponents Return to the Drawing Board
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April 25 2012 1:25 PMTARP Success Doesn't Make It Good Finance

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Oct. 22 2014 12:44 AM We Need More Ben Bradlees His relationship with John F. Kennedy shows what’s missing from today’s Washington journalism.
  Business
Moneybox
Oct. 21 2014 5:57 PM Soda and Fries Have Lost Their Charm for Both Consumers and Investors
  Life
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Oct. 21 2014 2:23 PM A Data-Packed Map of American Immigration in 1903
  Double X
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Oct. 21 2014 3:03 PM Renée Zellweger’s New Face Is Too Real
  Slate Plus
Behind the Scenes
Oct. 21 2014 1:02 PM Where Are Slate Plus Members From? This Weird Cartogram Explains. A weird-looking cartogram of Slate Plus memberships by state.
  Arts
Brow Beat
Oct. 21 2014 9:42 PM The All The President’s Men Scene That Perfectly Captured Ben Bradlee’s Genius
  Technology
Technology
Oct. 21 2014 11:44 PM Driving in Circles The autonomous Google car may never actually happen.
  Health & Science
Climate Desk
Oct. 21 2014 11:53 AM Taking Research for Granted Texas Republican Lamar Smith continues his crusade against independence in science.
  Sports
Sports Nut
Oct. 20 2014 5:09 PM Keepaway, on Three. Ready—Break! On his record-breaking touchdown pass, Peyton Manning couldn’t even leave the celebration to chance.