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What are stablecoins, and why are regulators worried about them?
The cryptocurrencies — pegged to "real" currencies that aren't supposed to fluctuate in value — are the bedrock of the crypto economy.
What is market distortion?
European Union regulators have accused Amazon of violating antitrust regulations and distorting the market.
China halts Ant Group IPO after Jack Ma blasts red tape
Analysts say the suspension reinforces the dominant role of the Chinese government in the private economy.
Is it worth commenting on a federal rule?
The Federal Communications Commission is planning to repeal rules on net neutrality that say internet providers can’t choose to load some websites faster than others. But before the agency could make that announcement, it had to go through what’s called a comment period to release its proposal to the public and then give people a […]
Regional banks shed some oversight to shave costs
To boost profits, some banks are focusing on core banking businesses and escaping Fed oversight. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
One shortage in booming oil fields: regulators
State agencies find that industry offers higher salaries to new college graduates.
A commission without commissioners
Bart Chilton, known as a firebrand and for making all manner of music allusions in his speeches, is leaving the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.