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By Steve Slater, Reuters | August 4, 2015
By Matt Scuffham, Reuters | July 8, 2015
Britain will sell 75% of its stake in RBS over the next five years to raise additional money for itself.
By Mark O'Byrne | October 13, 2014
Regulators from the U.S. and the UK are in a “war room” today to see if they can cope with any possible fall-out when the next big bank topples over.
By Matt Weller | September 12, 2014
Commodities have had a really bad week with gold, silver and crude oil all dropping sharply. If there was one reason that could explain their weakness it is this: the rallying dollar.
By Bernardo Mariano | June 12, 2014
U.K. Finance Minister George Osborne aims to make rigging exchange rates a criminal offense.
By Phil Flynn | April 7, 2014
Russian backed protests in eastern Ukraine and the death of one Ukrainian soldier is raising fears that Vladimir Putin will again be on the move.
By Silla Brush | April 19, 2013
The $639 trillion global swaps market is starting to fragment because regulators are failing to agree on the cross-border rules.
By Lindsay Fortado and Ben Moshinsky | March 27, 2013
The U.K. Financial Services Authority will be replaced by two new regulators with greater powers.
By Bill Gross | January 3, 2013
It was Milton Friedman, not Ben Bernanke, who first made reference to dropping money from helicopters in order to prevent deflation. Bernanke’s now famous “helicopter speech” in 2002, however, was no less enthusiastically supportive of the concept.
By Silla Brush | November 7, 2012
A U.S. plan to extend the reach of its derivatives rules across international borders “won’t work” without alteration, a top European regulator said.