Banks In Metals Price-Fixing Probe: Wall Street Journal

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Banks In Metals Price-Fixing Probe: Wall Street Journal

It’s called the London gold fix: the widely followed daily process by which a handful of financial giants set prices of precious metals for global markets. Now, some of the biggest banks in the world have come under scrutiny for allegedly tainting the process. Price-rigging probes from the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) and U.S.…

WSJ Techlive: IPO, SPAC Or Direct Listing? The Path To Going Public

investThis year has been a record-breaking year for initial public offerings with companies going public via SPAC mergers, direct listings and standard IPOS. At Techlive this week, Jack Cassel of Nasdaq and A.J. Murphy of Standard Industries joined Willem Marx of The Wall Street Journal and Barron's Group to talk about companies and trends in Read More

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