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NEW YORK: A few months ago, a group of Wall Street banks fashioned a risk-manager's worst nightmare to determine how they would survive. Luckily, it was all pretend.
WASHINGTON: When U.S. regulators adopt the Volcker rule on Tuesday, they will make good on a promise by politicians to rein in banks' ability to gamble with their own money. The coordinated action by five separate regulatory agencies is seen sparking a court challenge as Wall Street tries once again to avoid one of the harshest elements of the post-financial crisis crackdown.
NEW YORK: Investors are gearing up for the year’s record-breaking pace of corporate bond issuance to continue in the coming week, even after the US Federal Reserve rattled nerves at its September meeting with a gloomier-than-expected economic outlook.
HONG KONG: China’s stock market will finally join MSCI Inc’s global indexes on June 1, but there are still some sticking points that worry brokers and could cause a trading upset.
HONG KONG: China’s stock market will finally join MSCI Inc.’s global indexes on June 1, but there are still some sticking points that worry brokers and could cause a trading upset.
CAPITAL market participants surely have a lot to watch out for. One eye will be on the developments in the global economy from Greece’s debt problems to China’s stock markets and its economy.
Officials are working to reverse a long-standing trend of marquee companies listing overseas
MANIPULATING Chinese stocks from Hong Kong is about to get harder. That's the good news, for investors interested in fair and transparent markets.
WASHINGTON: Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner met with executives from several top Wall Street banks and with representatives from a foreign government investment fund last month to discuss the implementation of a new, sweeping financial regulatory reform law.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stock exchanges and Wall Street banks sent crucial employees into Manhattan to stay in hotels and coworkers' homes, preparing to open for business on Monday with at least skeletal staff as Hurricane Sandy threatened to halt mass transit.