Aaron Timms • July 24, 2014
Stan Druckenmiller believes inversions present an opportunity to pursue broader reform of the U.S. tax system, tax hikes included.
Michael Karbouris • July 07, 2014
Market participants across the world are making tactical moves to stop market fixing in wholesale markets.
Katie Gilbert • June 10, 2014
Energy producers, notably coal, are likely to feel the pinch of Obama’s plan to cut carbon emissions, say asset managers. Just not right away.
Craig Mellow • June 09, 2014
Russia is gung ho about HFT according to the Moscow Exchange’s Roman Sulzhyk, but China and India have taken steps to discourage this practice.
Allen T. Cheng • May 29, 2014
Jack Ma’s money market fund has raised $90 billion in just ten months, posing a threat to the country’s banks and challenging its regulators.
The Editors • May 25, 2014
Global regulators are succeeding in getting more trading to take place through central counterparties, a key move for reducing systemic risk.
Craig Mellow • May 22, 2014
More U.S. executives are no-shows at Russia’s big economic conference, and even the locals grumble about the need for reforms.
Jeffrey Kutler • May 18, 2014
Did the revelations of U.S. snooping start a new type of technological warfare — or confirm its existence?
Rob Curran • May 16, 2014
In Michael Lewis’s book Flash Boys, alternative trading system IEX is cast as a leader in demurking the high frequency trading waters.
Tom Buerkle • May 14, 2014
Can Beijing liberalize interest rates and free up financial innovation without unleashing instability?
David Turner • April 29, 2014
Increasingly stringent regulations on various sectors are prompting some investors to refine their strategies.
Mark Graff • April 01, 2014
Exchanges around the world may differ in size, scope and clientele, says Mark Graff of Nasdaq OMX. But they share a global concern: how to deal with cyberattacks.
Imogen Rose-Smith • March 26, 2014
Google’s Eric Schmidt understands the threat that state spying poses to Internet providers’ growth prospects outside the U.S.
Rob Curran • March 21, 2014
TFS founders deny charges that they manipulated the electricity market. Was Ferc overly aggressive?
Matt Mossman • March 20, 2014
As OECD nations switch to a new method of tabulating FDI that follows the money back to its country of origin, a clearer picture of global capital flows will emerge.
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