By Lawrence Delevingne, Chris Prentice, Michelle Price and Jeff Mason
WASHINGTON The U.S. Department of the Treasury's internal watchdog said on Wednesday it is including a group of airport contractors in its audit of a coronavirus stimulus program aimed at aiding the aviation sector, after lawmakers pressed the agency to halt their funding.
WASHINGTON For small business owners or others searching for advice on applying for a U.S. government disaster loan, there's plenty to be found on social media. But that's just the beginning of potentially fraudulent activity the Small Business Administration's top watchdog is keen to root out.
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK Interactive Brokers LLC will pay $38 million in penalties to settle charges it failed to flag suspicious activity and meet anti-money laundering requirements, U.S. markets regulators said on Monday.
WASHINGTON Asia shares were poised to open higher on Friday, tracking global equity markets' overnight gains as investors awaited a U.S. nonfarm payrolls report.
WASHINGTON, Aug 6 Asia shares were poised to
open higher on Friday, tracking global equity markets' overnight
gains as investors awaited a U.S. nonfarm payrolls report.
SINGAPORE/WASHINGTON, Aug 6 The dollar
languished and just about everything else rose on Thursday, as
markets took patchy U.S. economic data as a harbinger of ever
more stimulus and brinkmanship on Capitol Hill as a sign that a
deal on a new U.S. stimulus package is close.
WASHINGTON, Aug 5 Asia futures were mixed on
Wednesday and gold traded mixed, after U.S. and European
equities gained overnight on strong earnings results.
WASHINGTON A co-director of enforcement at the Securities and Exchange Commission, Steven Peikin, will leave the agency Aug. 14, the top U.S. financial markets regulator said on Wednesday.
WASHINGTON, Aug 4 Asia shares were set to open
lower on Wednesday, following a choppy trading session on Wall
Street and losses in Europe.