Monthly Archives: September 2015
A high-profile investigation into a leak of sensitive information from the Federal Reserve in 2012 has escalated to an insider-trading probe led by a key market surveillance agency and federal prosecutors in Manhattan, according to people familiar with… Continue reading
The S&P 500 climbed on Wednesday to close 1.9% higher, defying historical data that pointed to Sept. 30 as one of the weakest days for stocks.
House passes bill to avoid government shutdown Continue reading
The U.S. is only going halfway with its new smart chip-equipped credit cards.
Major U.S. stock indexes end higher but suffer biggest quarterly drop in 4 years Continue reading
The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission said it ordered Deutsche Bank AG to pay a $2.5 million civil penalty to settle claims the bank failed to properly report swaps transactions between January 2013 and July of this year.
Oil futures close quarter wth 24% decline Continue reading
Dow industrials up 180 points as U.S. stock indexes reassemble Wednesday gains Continue reading
Computer models designed to help investors navigate turbulence are accused of making things worse Continue reading
Gold caps losing month and quarter with Wednesday decline Continue reading