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SEC Chair Gary Gensler participates in a meeting of the Financial Stability Oversight Council at the U.S. Treasury in Washington, D.C., July 28, 2023. Kevin Dietsch | etty Images Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Gary Gensler is testifying before the House Financial Services Committee today. It will be very much like his testimony two weeks ago
The U.S. Federal Reserve Building in Washington, D.C. Win Mcnamee | Reuters Today, the Federal Reserve will publish its latest economic forecasts. There will be an intense focus on the Summary of Economic Projections, which is the Fed’s own estimates for GDP growth, the unemployment rate, inflation and the appropriate policy interest rate.  The summary will
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Beach goers take to the water to cool off amid high temperatures Wednesday, June 10, 2020 in Huntington Beach, CA. Allen J. Schaben | Los Angeles Times | Getty Images Huntington Beach, California Over 2,500 investors and financial advisors have descended on Huntington Beach, California — a.k.a. Surf City USA —for a financial conference.  A
Leon Neal | Getty Images News | Getty Images The Securities and Exchange Commission wants corporate America to tell investors more about cybersecurity breaches and what’s being done to fight them. Much more.  The SEC is scheduled to vote today on rules that would require public companies to disclose “material” cybesecurity breaches within four days after
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Chairman Gary Gensler, testifies before the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee during an oversight hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, September 15, 2022. Evelyn Hockstein | Reuters The current crypto frenzy is ‘”reminiscent of what we had in the 1920s before the federal securities laws were put