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Karey Wutkowski

After five-year push, is it RIP for commodity limits?

Oct 03 2012

WASHINGTON/NEW YORK Federal limits on commodity market speculation, the prospect of which has haunted Wall Street's big banks, pension funds and energy merchants for five years, may have died in the District of Columbia courts on Friday.

Analysis: After five-year push, is it RIP for commodity limits?

Oct 02 2012

WASHINGTON/NEW YORK Federal limits on commodity market speculation, the prospect of which has haunted Wall Street's big banks, pension funds and energy merchants for five years, may have died in the District of Columbia courts on Friday.

Analysis: After five-year push, is it RIP for commodity limits?

Oct 01 2012

WASHINGTON/NEW YORK Federal limits on commodity market speculation, the prospect of which has haunted Wall Street's big banks, pension funds and energy merchants for five years, may have died in the District of Columbia courts on Friday.

US Treasury's Geithner urges action on money market funds

Sep 27 2012

WASHINGTON Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner called on Thursday for the new U.S. financial risk council to consider reforms for money market funds, despite stiff opposition from the $2.6 trillion industry and from some securities regulators.

U.S. Treasury's Geithner urges action on money market funds

Sep 27 2012

WASHINGTON Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner called on Thursday for the new U.S. financial risk council to consider reforms for money market funds, despite stiff opposition from the $2.6 trillion industry and from some securities regulators.

Bair decries hyperventilation over JPMorgan loss

Jun 14 2012

WASHINGTON Sheila Bair, the former regulator who helped steer the U.S. financial system through the recent credit crisis, said JPMorgan Chase & Co's multibillion-dollar trading loss needs to be put in perspective.

Bair decries hyperventilation over JPMorgan loss

Jun 14 2012

WASHINGTON Sheila Bair, the former regulator who helped steer the U.S. financial system through the recent credit crisis, said JPMorgan Chase & Co's multibillion-dollar trading loss needs to be put in perspective.

Bair decries hyperventilation over JPMorgan loss

Jun 14 2012

WASHINGTON Sheila Bair, the former regulator who helped steer the U.S. financial system through the recent credit crisis, said JPMorgan Chase & Co's multibillion-dollar trading loss needs to be put in perspective.

Is JPMorgan "too big to manage"?

May 11 2012

WASHINGTON JPMorgan's surprising $2 billion (1.24 billion pounds) trading loss begs a post-financial-crisis question: Are America's biggest banks simply too big to manage?

Is JPMorgan "too big to manage"?

May 11 2012

WASHINGTON JPMorgan's surprising $2 billion trading loss begs a post-financial-crisis question: Are America's biggest banks simply too big to manage?

World News

Exclusive: Trump to add China's SMIC and CNOOC to defense blacklist - sources

The Trump administration is poised to add China's top chipmaker SMIC and national offshore oil and gas producer CNOOC to a blacklist of alleged Chinese military companies, according to a document and sources, curbing their access to U.S. investors and escalating tensions with Beijing weeks before President-elect Joe Biden takes office.