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SEC chair Mary Schapiro steps down a week after former inspector-general files $20 million lawsuit against the agency
A new Market Vectors ETF from Van Eck is the latest in a busy period of corporate bond fund launches, highlighting continued demand for high-yield products
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Nasdaq is attempting to be a more competitive player in the exchange-traded products market by proposing new listing rules based on those of the New York Stock Exchange
SEC files subpoena enforcement action against Deloitte
Barclays ETNs access the 'pure beta' of commodity returns
Deutsche Bank and PowerShares list first ETNs linked to foreign sovereign bond futures
The third US-listed ETN from Royal Bank of Scotland tracks either gold or US Treasuries, giving investors access to a commodity while mitigating some of its volatility.
Powershares expects leveraged loan ETF to appeal to mutual funds, hedge funds and individual investors.
Analysts warn Council of the European Union proposals could hurt trading revenues at Eurex, as its owner, Deutsche Börse, pursues merger talks with NYSE Euronext
Lead investigator for SEC defends agency's findings
Credit Suisse has listed an ETN based on the merger arbitrage market, picking up on the increased interest in this sector. The returns are generally uncorrelated to the broader financial markets, ac...
High-frequency trading firms accused of attempting to overwhelm market infrastructure.
Barclays in the US has built on its exchange-traded note business with the launch of eight new fixed-income products.
ETFs were particularly badly hit during the flash crash that hit the US stock market on 6 May. This occured due to withdrawal of liquidity from the market and the industry is now working to prevent ...
Proposed rule changes from Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (Finra) are a good but incomplete solution to operational risk within exchange infrast...
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