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The alleged use of false tweets to manipulate prices comes just days after a US trader was found guilty of "spoofing," the Financial Times reports.
A Chicago jury convicted the first trader on charges of "spoofing" — placing fake trades. Will more traders face prison time? Jon Najarian weighs in.
China Southern Airlines chair Si Xianmin is being investigated for "serious discipline violations", the ruling Communist Party's graft watchdog said.
Malaysia could contain the impact if troubled state fund 1MDB failed, Prime Minister Najib Razak said, according to The Star newspaper.
Though the conviction involved attempts to manipulate the commodities futures market, the ruling has implication for stock, too.
There are only 80 agencies certified to verify that the nation’s 25,000 "organic" farms are actually growing food organically.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said Wednesday that December may be a "live possibility" for a rate hike.
Prosecutors alleged that on occasion, Panther Trading was the largest market player despite only having seven traders, the FT reports.
China's second-largest e-commerce company JD.com has formally requested an anti-trust investigation into rival Alibaba.
The San Francisco ballot measure, Proposition F, limits the nights a home can be rented out on services such as Airbnb.
Puerto Rico needs more than bankruptcy protection. Policy makers have to start thinking long term, says Douglas Holtz-Eakin.
The U.S. could fine air bag maker Takata up to $200 million for safety lapses that led to a huge U.S. recall and multiple deaths.
Top US banks like Citigroup, Bank of America, Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase, may see their credit ratings cut by S&P - here's why.
China's forex regulator is urging officials to be careful about what they eat and where they go as it deepens a drive against graft.
Scammers take advantage of vulnerability as millions of Americans wait for their chip credit cards to arrive, NBC News reports.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency issued a second violation notice against Volkswagen, and this time included a Porsche.
Pending legislation would tip the scales back in Wall Street's favor and leave our country vulnerable to another crisis, says this Treasury official.
Xu Xiang, head of one of China's largest private money managers, has been arrested, as Beijing ramps up its crackdown on market manipulators.
New York's "Ban the Box" law will give ex-cons like me a fair chance, says Brian Pearson.
PM Narendra Modi is personally taking on India's notorious red tape to clear tens of billions of dollars worth of stalled public projects.