Posts Tagged ‘securities and exchange commission’

SEC Warns Top Banker of Charges Over Magnetar Deal

According to the Wall Street Journal, the Securities and Exchange Commission has warned a top banker that it may bring civil charges against him for his role in creating a risky collateralized debt obligation, or CDO, that exploded spectacularly as the housing market crashed. It’s the first public evidence that the SEC is considering charges […]

SEC Seeks to Halt Citigroup Case Pending Settlement Appeal

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission asked to halt its case against Citigroup Inc. over mortgage-backed securities while the agency appeals a federal judge’s rejection of a $285 million settlement that was proposed to resolve the dispute. View full post on Finance Stories

Former SEC officials claim regulator destroyed records

A former U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission official claimed that the regulator destroyed records of enforcement cases after it decided not to file charges or make full-blown probes. The cases include prominent Wall Street firms such as Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, Bank of America, Morgan Stanley and SAC Capital. View full post on Banking Stories

Online game maker Zynga files for $1 billion IPO

Zynga, the San Francisco startup behind ‘FarmVille,’ ‘CityVille’ and other social games for Facebook and other platforms, has filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission for a $1 billion IPO. View full post on Business Stories

BofA Hires SEC’s Former Top Cop Lynch for Legal Disputes, Probes

Gary Lynch, the former Securities and Exchange Commission enforcement head who later helped Morgan Stanley and Credit Suisse AG tackle legal disputes, is looking to repeat his success at the biggest U.S. bank. View full post on Finance Stories

SEC probes ETF use in insider trading

The Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating whether Wall Street traders are using exchange-traded funds as a means of disguising insider trading View full post on UK Business Stories

Penny Stock Trading – Is Penny Stock Trading Right For You?

Even if you are thinking of beginning with penny stock trading, these are two very important questions that need to be answered before investing any of your hard earned money. Each and every day people are getting rich off the stock market and penny stock trading, a dream almost everyone has. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean it will happen to you.

What You Need To Know About Investing in Penny Stock

Penny stock is the term pertaining to stocks that are traded for less than a dollar. At present, most penny stocks have upgraded their starting investments to at least $5 per share.

What You Need To Know About Investing in Penny Stock

Penny stock is the term pertaining to stocks that are traded for less than a dollar. At present, most penny stocks have upgraded their starting investments to at least $5 per share.

Office Depot Settles Fair Disclosure Case For $1 Million

Kris Alingod – AHN News Contributor Boca Raton, FL, United States (AHN) – Office Depot has agreed to pay $1 million to settle allegations that it violated fair disclosure laws in 2007. The Boca Raton-based company was charged with selectively informing analysts and investors that it would not meet earnings estimates and of overstating earnings […]