Allegations that nutritional supplement seller is a pyramid scheme go cross-border.
Proponents of changing trading increment argue the test planned by the SEC is too short to drive IPOs.
Waiting on global stanadards, central bank punts on rules for some non-bank firms.
Rep. Maloney aims for leverage increase that SEC and Congress would support.
Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen on Tuesday refuted assertions by Republicans that the Volcker Rule - written to prohibit big bank speculative proprietary bets - would limits efforts to manage risk and would hurt the U.S. economy.
Feds expect tougher limits here than in the version established by international regulators.
Delaware attorneys say complaint is premature as Eminence seeks injuction against hypothetical Men's Wearhouse deal for Eddie Bauer.
Representative David Schweikert (R-AZ), a key subcommittee chairman, met with The Deal's Ronald Orol to discuss efforts to prod the nation's securities regulator to widen the current one-penny tick increment and help drive liquidity to the market and boost IPOs.
A Securities and Exchange Commission investor advisory panel is expected to urge the agency not to move forward with a pilot program to experiment with widening the one-penny increment currently used to price securities, according to three people familiar with the situation.
Members of both parties urge regulators to revise provision that limits banks' ability to issue CLOs.