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  • Currency Manipulation Can't be Fixed By Countervailing Duties

    Forbes - 05/22/2015
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    Mr. Pearson is a senior fellow in trade policy studies at the Cato Institute. He served on the U.S. International Trade Commission. The Senate is in the process of debating whether to grant the president trade promotion authority (TPA), which would allow Congress to consider trade agreements under “fast track” procedures. Some senators would like to address currency manipulation –...

  • South African Minister Nene ‘very concerned' by forex probe

    The Korean Herald - 05/21/2015

    South Africa's finance minister said he's worried a probe into foreign currency manipulation may expose risks in the banking system, as government officials prepare to meet the central bank to discuss the investigation. “We are very concerned,” Nhlanhla Nene said in an interview at a meeting between business and government leaders...

  • DoJ, Major Banks Settle Regulatory Dispute

    Talk Radio News Service - 05/20/2015

    Four major banks, including Barclays, Citigroup, JP Morgan and the Royal Bank of Scotland, were charged with engaging in practices to deliberately manipulate the price of both the American dollar as well as the euro from 2007 to 2013. (TRNS) — The...

  • In 2007, Obama backed curbs on currency manipulation; now he's threatening a veto

    McClatchy Washington Bureau - 05/20/2015

    WASHINGTON — For opponents of President Barack Obama's trade plans, it's a classic case of an old refrain: He was for it before he was against it. Obama says he will veto any fast-track trade bill that would punish China for manipulating its currency. But as a U.S. senator in 2007, he thought it was a good idea. When President George W. Bush asked Congress to pass a fast-track...

  • U S SENATE COMMITTEE ON FINANCE : Wyden Calls for Balanced Approach to Address Currency Manipulation

    4-Traders - 05/20/2015
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    WASHINGTON - Senate Finance Committee Ranking Member Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) on the Senate floor today discussed why a balanced approach to addressing currency manipulation is important to ensure the U.S. is able to maintain every monetary policy tool at its disposal: If you've read the headlines during this trade debate, you've almost certainly read about an issue called currency manipulation.

  • Riksbank's Currency War Is a Lost Cause

    WBP Online - 05/20/2015

    The path of Swedish inflation is ultimately beyond the power of the Riksbank to control, said Robert Bergqvist, a former central bank employee. Stockholm - The Riksbank's strenuous efforts to ward off the threat of deflation will hardly produce the desired effect, according to a banker who once...

  • Big banks admit currency manipulation, will pay $2.5 billion in fines

    The Mercury News - 05/20/2015
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    WASHINGTON -- Four big banks will pay $2.5 billion in fines and plead guilty to criminally manipulating the...

  • Five banks plead guilty to criminal charges over currency manipulation

    Marketwatch.com - 05/20/2015

  • TPA, AGOA creep forward in Senate

    FreshPlaza - 05/20/2015

    The US Senate Thursday adopted two bills, including a controversial measure on currency manipulation, paving the way for consideration of the more important fast-track trade authority later in the day. Trade...

  • UBS Slapped With $545 Million Penalty For Libor, Currency Manipulation

    FxPips - 05/20/2015

    UBS on Wednesday disclosed that it has come to an agreement to settle an investigation by authorities in the United States over alleged manipulation of...

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