Morgan Stanley is among the beneficiaries of a new methodology that rewards higher volumes of senior debt.
The Federal Reserve should consider new policy options to combat weak economic growth, says St. Louis Fed president James Bullard.
"We allege a classic situation of the fox guarding the henhouse," said an SEC director.
The transaction creates a "diversified leader in wired and wireless communication semiconductors," says Avago's chief executive.
The sector's first-quarter net income rose 16% from a year ago, compared to 6.9% for all FDIC-insured banks.
Massachusetts and Montana claim the SEC wrongfully reduced their regulatory powers by changing Regulation A.
Nearly seven years after the global financial crisis, "a culture of integrity has failed to take hold" on Wall Street, finds one survey.
A N.Y. securities attorney was charged with inflating the stock prices of some microcaps by using traders to engage in "manipulative matched trades."
The $24 billion storage giant said the deal, expected to close in the third quarter, will help increase revenue and profit in 2016.
Deutsche Bank settles one of the last remaining cases from the financial crisis, which involved the valuation of credit default swaps.