Fed's Williams: Future Fed Actions 'Most Telegraphed' of Our Lifetimes
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Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President John Williams said Sunday the great lengths the U.S. central bank has gone to communicate its policy outlook should make coming interest rate rises and reduction of the balance sheet go smoothly.
China Tightening Rules on Selling by Major Shareholders
China's securities regulator is tightening rules on selling by major shareholders, an effort to discourage activity that might disrupt the stability of the stock market in a politically sensitive year.
Why Banks Haven't Been Burned by Retail's Meltdown
As the U.S. retailing industry endures a spike in bankruptcy filings, the companies' bank lenders feel more secure than with downturns in other industries because of the nature of their loans.
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Homeowners Are Again Pocketing Cash as They Refinance Properties
Americans refinancing their mortgages are taking cash out in the process at levels not seen since the financial crisis. Nearly half of such borrowers recently chose the cash-out option.
'Spotify Rule' Would Help New York Stock Exchange Woo Unicorns
The New York Stock Exchange is seeking to change its listing standards as it vies for Spotify AB and other hot startups that are considering an unusual tactic called a direct listing.
SEC Chairman Plans to Hire Steven Peikin to Run Enforcement Division
Securities and Exchange Commission Chairman Jay Clayton will hire a former prosecutor and veteran litigator from his former law firm to run enforcement at the markets regulator, according to people familiar with the matter.
CFA Exam to Add Fintech Questions
The CFA Institute is adding questions on robo advisers, artificial intelligence and data analysis to the exam for the chartered financial analyst designation.
Behind Bitcoin's Wild Ride: the Japan Factor
Bitcoin fever has hit Japan-and it's helping the virtual currency go parabolic.
Bond Brokers See Fed's Portfolio Cut to $3 Trillion to $4 Trillion by End of 2019
Most bond brokers surveyed by the New York Fed expect the central bank's $4.5 trillion portfolio of bonds and other assets to stand between $3 trillion and $4 trillion by the end of 2019, according to survey results released Thursday.
Fed's Bullard Says Markets Have More Dovish View on Rate Path
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis President James Bullard warned again that the central bank and financial markets aren't on the same page when it comes to the interest-rate outlook.
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May 29, 2017 00:15 ET (04:15 GMT)