SEC Approves Accounting Rule Despite Business-Group's Objection
Continue Reading Below
The SEC gave final approval Monday to a long-planned regulation that will require auditors to tell investors more about what they learn when they audit a company's books.
NYSE Monitor Accuses Wedbush Securities of Supervisory Deficiencies
The watchdog of the New York Stock Exchange has accused Wedbush Securities Inc. and co-founder Edward Wedbush of violating multiple exchange policies and federal securities laws concerning record-keeping and supervisory protocols.
Warsh Met With Vice President Pence About Top Fed Job Last Week
Kevin Warsh, a candidate for the Federal Reserve chairmanship, met with Vice President Mike Pence last week to talk about the central-bank job, according to a White House aide.
Continue Reading Below
Former HSBC Executive Found Guilty of Fraud
A federal jury found Mark Johnson, a former high-ranking HSBC Holdings PLC executive, guilty on charges that he misused information about a client's $3.5 billion currency trade to make millions of dollars for the bank.
Trump Administration Increases Heat on CFPB's Arbitration Rule
The Treasury Department criticized a rule governing how banks resolve disputes with consumers, part of a concerted effort by the Trump administration to thwart a controversial plan initiated under the previous presidential administration.
Trump Says 'No Change' to 401(k) Under Tax Overhaul
President Donald Trump vowed a popular retirement savings program would remain untouched in the forthcoming Republican tax overhaul proposal.
Hartford to Pay $1.45 Billion for a Unit of Aetna
Hartford Financial Services Group Inc. has agreed to pay $1.45 billion to health insurer Aetna Inc. for a unit that provides life-, disability-income and other insurance products to employers' benefits programs in the U.S.
General Electric Has a Long-Term Care Problem. It Isn't Alone
Worries about the health of the long-term-care insurance industry have nettled investors for years. General Electric's comments show the problem isn't going away soon.
Number of Eurozone Banks Continues to Fall
The total number of banks in the eurozone continued to decline last year, while lenders' capital buffers improved, data from the European Central Bank showed.
Chinese Banks in Need of a Stiff Quality Check
When Chinese banks start reporting their third quarter earnings this week, investors should pay particular attention to their asset quality.
(END) Dow Jones Newswires
October 24, 2017 00:15 ET (04:15 GMT)