The U.S. economy expanded in the third quarter at a faster rate than previously estimated as consumers stepped up spending on services such as health care and companies invested more in software.
A regulatory push to make complex securities easier to understand could change how banks disclose risks for exchange-traded notes for the first time since they began trading in 2006.
Emerging-market stocks headed for the longest weekly slump since June as a cut in U.S. stimulus spurred capital outflows.
Regulators are examining evidence that a small group of senior forex traders at big banks had something else on their screens: Details of each other’s client orders. Sharing that information may have helped dealers at firms manipulate prices to maximize their own profits.