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Tera Exchange announces first Bitcoin derivative

TeraExchange said on Monday it had constructed a swap based on the bitcoin virtual currency, a step that would bring the emerging payment system under the oversight of U.S.

Bitcoin firms explore U.S. rules for derivative exchanges

Companies have inquired in the past month about regulations that would govern exchanges for bitcoin derivatives, a top U.S.

Italy court acquits four international banks of fraud

Milan - An Italian appeals court on Friday acquitted international banks JP Morgan, UBS, Deutsche Bank and Depfa Bank of fraud in the sale of derivative instruments.The Milan court judge's decision overturned a 2012 ruling which ordered the seizure of 89 milli...

Appeals court acquits banks in Milan derivatives case

A Milan appeals court has acquitted four international banks, including JPMorgan and UBS, found guilty in an earlier trial of mis-selling derivatives to the city of Milan.

Op-Ed: Bubbles and bankruptcy — A warning from history

London - One of the many events at the British Museum from the end of this month has a topical theme, and a warning for us all, but will we heed it?

Op-Ed: Global markets panic — Days of slime and poseurs hit the fan

Sydney - It’s an interesting commentary that the heart and soul of capitalism turns out not to have a brain or a spine. The Great Catharsis of Capitalism apparently needs to make an idiot out of itself on a regular basis.

Senate Panel Passes Derivatives Rules Despite Swarm of Lobbyists

Despite more than 1500 lobbyists, executives, bankers and others swarming to Washington as the Senate took up legislation to rein in derivatives -- the complex securities at the heart of the financial crises -- a Senate panel passed tougher rules

Creative accountants, tax-collectors on strike in Greece

A nationwide strike by public sector employees, including those in aviation, brought Greece to a halt on Wednesday. Flights were grounded and schools and government offices were closed.

Emails Suggest Geithner Colluded With AIG to Violate SEC Rules

Recently released emails from Nov. 2008 suggest that New York Fed President Timothy Geithner instructed AIG to withhold key details from the public about the 'back-door bailout' that benefited Goldman Sachs and more than a dozen other Wall Street firms

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