The U.K government plans to make fixing the price of gold and six other benchmarks a criminal offense, the Treasury department said Thursday, as it announced a consultation into extending laws regulating LIBOR. By the end of 2014, those rules will...
Government publishes consultation on extending rules after the Libor-rigging scandal, to be introduced by the end of 2014
Fixing the price of gold, oil, and other financial products will become a criminal offence by the end of the year, the...
By Jeff Miller:
In the wake of the FOMC meeting and the IPO hype, we face a week with little new information - the lull before earnings season. This sort of vacuum makes it difficult to predict the week ahead, but I have an interesting idea:
The dollar strengthened to a seven-
month high against the yen and Treasuries fell as data showed
U.S. manufacturing expanded. Commodities tumbled as oil and gold
sank, while energy companies led U.S. stocks lower.
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