News

  • August 27 Test of the Poison Put

    Tim Hortons becomes test case for the strategy; bondholders have option of holding on through possible downgrade or selling at prices below pre-announcement level.

  • August 27 SEC Approves Asset-Backed Bond Rules

    New disclosure requirements to give investors better information about the quality of loans backed by mortgages, auto loans, and commercial buildings.

  • August 27 Credit Raters Face New SEC Rules

    Restrictions on conflicts of interest are designed to prevent rating agencies from pandering to the bond issuers that pay the bills.

  • August 26 Not Another Dot-Com Bubble

    There are similarities between current stock market trends and the dot-com rally of the late '90s, but valuations aren't nearly as high.

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Special Report

Basel III Reshapes Banks’ Relationships with Corporate Treasury

New regulations could disrupt companies’ use of bank deposits just as SEC regulatory changes threaten to make money funds less attractive.

Features

The Final Stretch for Conflict Minerals Compliance

Margin Requirement Still Hanging Over Derivatives Users

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