Senate Passes TRIA Extension
Senators argue time is of the essence, as 2015 policies are already being written.
Bond Fee Disclosures Would End 38-Year Debate
SEC is currently 'very focused' on improving visibility in the bond market.
To RMB, or Not to RMB
More and more businesses are settling transactions in the currency.
Wider Window for FX Benchmarks?
Global regulators ponder options for preventing manipulation of WM/Reuters benchmark rates.
Interest Rates to Stay Low
Despite surprisingly good jobs numbers, the Fed will keep interest rates low for a "considerable period" beyond the end of quantitative easing.
How to Cultivate High-Potential Talent
Companies that hire CFOs and treasurers via external searches are missing out on the opportunity to develop future executives with exactly the right skill set.
Secret Path for Moving Chinese Money Overseas
Government-sanctioned trial program is revealed; it helps explain huge Chinese investments in foreign real estate in the recent past.
Traders Flood U.S. with Bond-Auction Demand
Investors have submitted $3.4 trillion of bids for the $1.12 trillion of Treasury notes and bonds sold so far this year.
Short-Term Investors Search for Yield, Brace for Change
Treasurers evaluate their options in light of proposed changes to money fund regulations.
Junk Loans Set to Ditch Faxes
Efforts underway to automate the market for junk-rated loans as Moody’s warns about time required to cash out.