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By Susanne Walker | January 30, 2015
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By Tory Enerson | January 9, 2015
By Tom Schoenberg, Bloomberg | October 13, 2013
The U.S. Justice Department has reportedly opened a criminal investigation of possible manipulation of the $5.3 trillion-a-day foreign exchange market.
By Simon Kennedy, Bloomberg | July 9, 2013
What’s good for the global economy’s superpowers risks creating losers in other parts of the world. Signs that the Federal Reserve is preparing to curtail its stimulus are boosting interest rates abroad as well as in the U.S....
By Ben Sharples, Bloomberg | July 1, 2013
West Texas Intermediate traded higher on speculation U.S. stockpiles shrank for the first time in a month.
By Adam Haigh | April 2, 2013
Japanese stock futures and Australian shares climbed as concern regarding Europe’s debt crisis eased and U.S. data came in strong.
By Nikolaj Gammeltoft and Sarah Pringle | February 25, 2013
The benchmark volatility gauge for American stock options rose the most in 18 months as stocks tumbled.
By Glenys Sim | November 27, 2012
Gold fell to the lowest level this week as concern about U.S. budget negotiations increased demand for the dollar as a haven.
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.