Two Weeks Ago The New York Times Said It Obtained Secret ECB Documents — So Why Haven't We Heard More?
Two weeks ago, the New York Times revealed a stunning leak from the European Central Bank. They posted a story about negotiations around Cyprus’ financial crisis in late 2012 and early 2013 buried in the ECB minutes: The New York Times has reviewed governing council minutes dating from May 2012 to January 2013 — just two months before the controversial Cyprus bailout…
LONDON, Oct 30 (Reuters) – Britain’s finance ministry launched a consultation on Thursday about new powers requested by the Bank of England to regulate residential mortgages, but said discussion of similar curbs on buy-to-let mortgages would have to wait until 2015.
NEW YORK Oct 30 (Reuters) – Thomson Reuters Corp on Thursday said more clients of its Financial & Risk business added new products than canceled, the first time since 2008 that net sales were positive in the Americas, Asia and Europe for the news and information company.
Throughout more than a decade working in financial services, Peter Hans noticed a pattern in his meetings: Investment professionals would gather and inevitably talk about their favorite stocks and investments. “Everyone was willing to share ideas, but that information was never publicly available,” he says…
Janet Yellen, the first female chair of the Federal Reserve, is giving welcoming remarks Thursday morning at the Fed’s National Summit on Diversity in the Economics Profession in Washington. In her speech, Yellen noted that both economics and finance recognized that diversity was fundamentally important to good outcomes, and that the Fed was “committed to achieving further progress, and to better understanding the challenges to improving diversity throughout the economics profession…
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