credit default swaps

2016 will be different. First, more voters will be coming to the polls because of the Presidential election. Second, they will be better educated because there is now a blacklist of the most heinous vote-against-the-public, vote-for-the-funders offenders.
Both extraordinarily well-made and well-acted films have received Golden Globe nominations for best motion picture screenplay
In his early writings Marx talked alienation caused by the division of labor. If nothing else The Big Short takes this to its logical conclusion in dramatizing an unregulated financial system that has little if nothing to do with the lives of those who actually have to work for a living.
His vote to deregulate derivatives doesn't fit his broader voting record.
Plenty of other Democrats supported the pro-Wall Street provision. It was originally introduced as a stand-alone bill by
The Justice Department probe remains open, with investigators evaluating whether new regulations are opening the market to
Stock markets plummeted today in reaction to Steve Clifford's ultimatum that he would default on his debts unless the NFL defunded Super Bowl Halftime Pageants.
Perhaps no regulator more forcefully took on that assignment than Gensler, earning him the enmity of much of Wall Street
The legislation follows legislation from Sens. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) and David Vitter (R-La.) that would require big banks
By today's standards my political views are considered liberal, perhaps even far to the left of center. Yet just a few decades ago I would have been (and was) labeled a moderate or even slightly right of center for holding the same positions I hold today.
He’s also said that the U.S. “had another stark reminder that swaps booked offshore can send risk straight back to the United
Anyway, I never gave much thought to Goodfellas being a cinematic template for the kinds of schemes, scams and financial shenanigans pulled off by the Wall Street mob until recently.
Government investigators have found that JPMorgan Chase devised “manipulative schemes” that transformed “money-losing power
Just this January, Dimon told investors that the trade was a "terrible mistake." That month the CEO and chairman also got
I don't care if Greenberg wants to sue God. It is a free country and he can do what he wants. But I do care when someone tries to reverse the consequences of their own bad decisions by using up the resources of my government.
"Congressman McHenry has always been a strong proponent of cost-benefit analysis, and in fact, the SEC finally agreed to
WASHINGTON -- Rep. Jim Himes (D-Conn.) spoke to HuffPost Live on Wednesday to defend his new bill that would weaken regulations