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Will Hillary Clinton's hiring of ex-Wall Street cop hurt her banking industry relationships?

Outside Advisor to President Obama Robert Wolf discusses whether Hillary Clinton will risk ticking off her banker donors by hiring an ex-Wall Street cop as her CFO.

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  1. Renteria Withdraws From CFTC Consideration: WSJ

    Amanda Renteria has withdrawn her name to be appointed as chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission, The Wall Street Journal reported Monday, citing an em...

  2. Report: CFTC Plots Civil Suit Against Corzine

    Under pressure to hold Wall Street executives accountable for misconduct, U.S. regulators are reportedly poised to pursue a civil lawsuit against former MF Global CE...

  3. EU Watchdog Details Anti-Rigging Rules for Libor

    European Union regulators published guidelines on Thursday to stop banks rigging Libor and other market benchmarks in an interim measure before a more far-reaching E...

  4. Analysis: High speed trading a stiff challenge for U.S. regulators

    Financial trading in world markets has grown so lightning-fast that effective regulation is growing tougher by the second, increasing the threat of crashes sparked b...

  5. U.S. regulator to vote on watered-down swap rules

    Big banks are set to gain key concessions as the top U.S. derivatives regulator meets to vote on watered-down rules for swap trading that will chip away at Wall Stre...

  6. EU probes oil majors on price manipulation

    European authorities have raided offices of oil majors Shell, BP and Statoil as part of a probe into suspected manipulation of oil prices, one of the biggest cross-b...

  7. Libor likely to be replaced by a dual-track system: FT

    A dual-track system, including survey-based lending rates along with transaction-linked indices, is likely to replace scandal-hit London interbank lending rate Libor...

  8. SEC Proposes Easing Overseas Swaps Rules

    The Securities and Exchange Commission voted unanimously Wednesday to give overseas financial firms more leeway in adhering to their home countries' rules governing ...

  9. Speed traders eyed after Twitter hack attack: regulator

    The phony tweet from the Associated Press' hacked Twitter account, which sparked a short-lived panic in the stock market a week ago by saying that President Barack O...

  10. CFTC's Gensler Says Libor Should Be Ditched

    Libor and other benchmark interest rates pose a threat to financial stability and should be scrapped, the chairman of the U.S Commodity Futures Trading Commission sa...

  11. SEC's Walter urges "maximum" reliance on foreign swaps rules

    The top securities regulator is urging international market regulators to find a compromise as they struggle to agree on how to apply new rules for cross border over...

  12. CFTC's O'Malia: Agency's Data on Swaps Market Useless

    The Commodity Futures Trading Commission has requested too much data that it doesn't have the ability to analyze, making it impossible for staff to find the giant J....

  1. Gensler : CFTC to Start Volcker Talks Within the Agency

    The head of the U.S. swaps regulator said on Monday he would share a draft of the Volcker rule with others in the agency, a sign that one of the most controversial p...

  2. Obama Picks Massad to Head CFTC

    President Barack Obama named Timothy Massad, a lawyer who earned his spurs at the country's bank bailout program, as the next head of the U.S. swaps regulator, accor...

  3. Obama To Nominate Treasury Official For CFTC Head

    President Barack Obama is expected to nominate a senior Treasury official to the post of chairman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission on Tuesday. Media repor...

  4. CFTC's Chilton to Step Down

    U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission member Bart Chilton said on Tuesday that he has told President Barack Obama that he plans to leave the futures regulator so...

  5. Dutch Rabobank Fined $1B Over Libor

    U.S. and European regulators ordered Dutch lender Rabobank to pay $1.07 billion to settle allegations it aided a six-year scheme to rig benchmark interest rates, imp...

  6. CFTC Chair: No Delay in New Trading Reforms

    The nation's top derivatives regulator said Friday his agency will not delay the next round of major trading reforms due to take effect next week despite concerns of...

  7. Exclusive: U.S. regulator close to deal with Europe on swaps rules

    A trans Atlantic rift over swaps could be ended by an offer from the head of the U.S. derivatives regulator that would spare foreign banks from some tough U.S. rules...

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