Foreign-exchange traders’ messages on Facebook Inc. are being sought by European Union antitrust regulators as they expand a probe into alleged collusion between banks beyond work e-mails and instant messages, two people with knowledge of the case said.
The greenback pared gains amid speculation it gained too much, too fast, and as U.S. Treasury yields fell. The currency jumped earlier as a private report showed U.S. companies added more than 200,000 workers for a sixth month.
Emerging stocks headed for their longest streak of monthly gains since 2005 as bets central banks will support economic growth helped offset concern the conflict between Ukraine and Russia is worsening. The ruble fell today.
The silver-pricing method begun during the reign of Queen Victoria ends today in London as the $5 trillion market shifts to a more transparent process and regulators expand scrutiny of how commodity benchmarks are set.