Commodity Futures Trading Commission
Deutsche Bank to Pay $2.5B in LIBOR-Rigging Case
The settlement is the largest among the five banks that have admitted LIBOR-rate misconduct.
Hillary Clinton to Tap Former Wall Street Regulator as CFO
The regulator, former CFTC Commissioner Gary Gensler, was a key player in the fight to impose tougher rules on Wall Street.
Kraft, Mondelēz Charged with Wheat Price Manipulation
The companies bought a six-month supply of wheat in an attempt to lower cash wheat prices, the CFTC alleges.
ICE Exchange Fined $3M Over Flawed Data
The erroneous data included natural gas prices that were reported at 1,000 times their actual level.
A Window Into the Swaps Market
The SEC approves rules that require security-based swap trades to be reported publicly within 24 hours.
Bitcoin Breaks New Ground With First Regulator-Approved Swap
A new derivative product from TeraExchange will allow clients to hedge against drastic price swings.
European Banks Face Libor Liabilities
Different accounting rules could mean a quicker, bigger hit on their balance sheets.
Libor’s Double Whammy for European Banks
Different accounting standards could mean a quicker and bigger hit on the balance sheets of European banks than those of their American counterparts.