President Obama's latest budget, released Tuesday, contains few surprises for the banking industry several years after the financial crisis, with the focus instead turning to education and employment in an effort to reboot the stagnating economy.

The $3.9 trillion budget request for fiscal year 2015 is designed to reinforce Democrats' focus on the middle class ahead of the midterm elections, and stands almost no chance of being signed into law. But it does provide an update on the White House's priorities, including some key measures for banking agencies and programs.

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