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  • TOKYO, Dec 3- Japanese government bond prices were steady to slightly firmer on Thursday, with the market taking cues from solid results of a long-dated JGB auction on a day the European Central Bank is expected to expand stimulus. The "liquidity-enhancing" auction, in which the Ministry of Finance re-offers existing JGB issues, drew strong demand, with bids...

  • Wall Street

    A class action lawsuit accuses banks of conspiring to limit competition in the $320 trillion market for interest rate swaps.

  • Mary Jo White on short sellers and insider trading

    SEC Chair Mary Jo White talks with CNBC's Mary Thompson, about the impact of social media on short selling. Also Chair White weighs in on laws governing insider trading and equity market structure.

  • SEC's White: Important to get fiduciary standards 'right'

    SEC Chair Mary Jo White talks with CNBC's Mary Thompson, about implementing uniform fiduciary standards at the Security and Exchange Commission.

  • Is volatility making a comeback?

    Mark Farrington, head of Macro Currency, discusses the possibility of a spike in volatility ahead of the Federal Reserve's December meeting.

  • China cracks the whip to tame market rigging

    China is stepping up efforts to find market sell off perpetrators, arresting the country's top investor over the weekend.

  • Ilinois governor Bruce Rauner.

    Illinois' credit standing took another hit as Fitch Ratings downgraded the state's rating for the first time on Governor Bruce Rauner's watch.

  • Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during a community forum campaign event at Cornell College in Mt Vernon, Iowa, October 7, 2015.

    Here's why Hillary Clinton's proposed tax on high-frequency trading is the wrong solution, says NYU professor Vasant Dhar.

  • The International Monetary Fund (IMF) logo is seen at the IMF headquarters building in Washington.

    An IMF mission said that authorities look forward to broad participation of eurobond holders in Ukraine's recently launched debt exchange.

  • A shopping district in Rio de Janeiro

    Moody's cut Brazil's credit rating to near-junk status on Tuesday but said the country's coveted investment grade status is safe for now, proving some relief to President Dilma Rousseff.

  • Wall Street

    Free college tuition for all is an admirable goal, but taxing Wall Street for it won't work, says this HFT advocate.

  • judge holding gavel, Gavel, judge courtroom

    The Attorney General of Texas, Ken Paxton, was indicted on three charges earlier this week, NBC Dallas-Ft. Worth reported on Saturday.

  • China brokerages come under pressure

    Cyrus Daruwala, Managing Director for IDC Financial Insights, discusses news that regulator have instructed brokerages over the weekend to enforce tightened controls on trading.

  • Why easier lending rules are bad for China

    Thomas Byrne, senior vice president and regional credit officer at Moody's Sovereign Risk Group, explains why easier margin requirements are credit negative for Chinese securities firms.

  • Maria-Elisabeth Schaeffler was moved to tears when 8,000 Schaeffler employees gathered near the family-controlled company's headquarters in 2009 to demand the German government help avert the ballbearing maker's collapse. The previous year, the matriarch and her son Georg had launched Schaeffler's audacious debt-financed takeover of Continental,...

  • Canary Wharf, London

    Fifteen of the world's largest banks are under investigation on suspicion of rigging the Brazilian currency, antitrust watchdog Cade said.

  • Cyberattacks surface anybody and everywhere: VMware CEO

    Virtualization giant VMware is looking beyond servers on its hunt for growth into networking and mobile devices. Patrick Gelsinger, VMware CEO, discusses his business outlook and analyzes security as massive hacks continues to be a concern.

  • Mary Jo White and Elizabeth Warren

    Here's why Sen. Elizabeth Warren's criticism of SEC chair Mary Jo White is just plain wrong, says Harvard Professor Hal S. Scott.

  • Bill Harris, CEO of Personal Capital explains Treasure Inflation Protected Securities, also known as TIPS.

  • Daniel Gallagher

    Conservative SEC Commissioner Daniel Gallagher tells CNBC a revolving door between the agency and Wall street benefits the government.