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Market Moves / TV

Canadian officials say they have started to control the country’s wildfire in Alberta, following the evacuation of 88,000 people. On the bright side, changing winds have diverted the flames from the oil-boom town of Fort McMurray after oil production from the...

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Market Moves / TV

A combination of low commodity prices and regulatory action has crushed fossil fuel companies’ ability to operate. These comments comes after two more energy companies filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection this week, joining dozens of others. Coal producer Peabody Energy...

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Righting Regulation / TV

Market structure has been evolving at a rapid pace. Figuring out how investors will be best protected and ensuing that markets operate in an efficient and effective fashion is something that regulators and other involved in the financial sector are considering....

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Market Moves / TV

The price of oil is so important to global economies because it impacts economic sectors outside of the energy space. For example, in 2015, the US had record car and truck sales (17.7 million vehicles sold versus 17.1 million in 2000)....

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Market Moves / TV

We’ve Learned from Being Burned As a former regulator, I know up close and personal how difficult it is to strike the right balance. When the US first implemented them in 2007, there were ripples in the US market and to...

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Contemporary Cool Stuff / TV

Global regulators are moving to ‎address how contemporary markets are morphing with the advent of automated trading. The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission proposed their approach in November of 2015–which included many of the proposals for years by Commissioner Chilton…but they...

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