In Focus

  • Week InReview: July 22, 2016

    • Friday, July 22, 2016

    Weaker yuan and kinky ETFs in ICYMI | FSB plenary meets in China to prepare for G20 Leaders' Summit in September | FSB: Work remains on reforming major interest rate benchmarks | ESRB says macroprudential policy should tackle shadow bank risks | In Binge Reading Disorder: Online privacy, dodgy statistics, systemically risky code, & 'Nifty Fifty' history

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  • Week InAdvance: July 18, 2016

    • Monday, July 18, 2016

    Mon 7/18 FSOC closed session. | Tue 7/19 SEC small company panel webcast. | Wed 7/20 INVESTORS CMBS Council. | Thu 7/21 INVESTORS Market Practices Council. | Fri 7/22 DC bar discusses position limits. | Sat & Sun G20 finance chiefs in China

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  • Week InReview: July 15, 2016

    • Friday, July 15, 2016

    #PokémonGO, Runnable Funding Regs, SEC Gets Tough With Brokers, Blockchain Graveyard, Asset Management Gloom

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