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SYDNEY: Australia is scrapping the panel that sets its interbank lending rates after an exodus of banks from the panel, the first major market to dismantle the tarnished structure in the wake of the Libor rate-rigging scandal.
SYDNEY: JPMorgan Chase & Co is pulling out of the panel that sets Australia's benchmark interbank lending rates, joining UBS in an exodus from regional rate setting panels in the wake of the Libor rate rigging scandal
Bank Negara Malaysia moved on Thursday to tighten rules on the fixing of onshore reference rates for the ringgit currency and "enhance the quality and integrity" of the process.
NEW YORK: Morgan Stanley hired former Goldman Sachs trader Edward Glenn Hadden to run its Treasury bond desk last year, even though his former employer had placed the trader on paid leave for about a year following an internal inquiry, said three people familiar with the situation.
Wall Street's detour around rules aimed to safeguard world's US$640tril over-the-counter derivatives market
SINGAPORE: Wall Street banks are looking to help offshore clients sidestep new U.S. rules designed to safeguard the world's $640 trillion over-the-counter derivatives market, taking advantage of an exemption that risks undermining U.S. regulators' efforts.
NEW YORK: Major U.S. stock exchanges expect to reopen on Wednesday(Wednesday night in Malaysia) after Sandy, the worst storm to hit New York in nearly 75 years, closed trading for two days.
NEW YORK BOSTON: Hurricane Sandy, the Atlantic's largest-ever tropical storm, will strike the East Coast today with a life-threatening surge, emptying the streets of the nation's largest cities and lashing a region of 60 million with gales, rain and even snow.
NEW YORK: U.S. stock and options markets will be closed on Monday, and possibly Tuesday, as regulators, exchanges and brokers worry about the integrity of markets and the safety of employees in the face of Hurricane Sandy.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stock and options markets will be closed on Monday, and possibly Tuesday, as regulators, exchanges and brokers worry about the integrity of markets and the safety of employees in the face of Hurricane Sandy.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Wall Street firms prepared to open for business on Monday at least with skeletal staff, booking hotel rooms for key employees and leaning on offices in other cities as Hurricane Sandy forced the New York mass transit system to shut down, leaving tens of thousands of employees stuck at home.