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Capital Markets

Capital Markets Law360 provides breaking news and analysis on the capital markets sector. Coverage includes stock and bond offerings, mortgage-backed securities, foreign exchange, follow-on offerings, and debt deals, as well as related litigation and policy developments.



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Latest News in Capital Markets

  • July 20, 2018

    House Panel Wants To Grill Puerto Rico Gov. On PREPA Crisis

    The U.S. House Committee on Natural Resources asked the governor of Puerto Rico on Thursday to send an administration official to speak at an upcoming panel hearing on mismanagement at the island's troubled electric utility, the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority, amid mass turnover at the top.

  • July 20, 2018

    Banks Say Firm’s Claims Don’t Belong In Swaps Antitrust MDL

    Eleven banks accused by fintech firm trueEX LLC of illegally boycotting its interest rate swaps platform and funneling business to an exchange they operated asked a Manhattan federal judge on Thursday to dismiss the suit, saying trueEX’s case is weaker than those of similar businesses in the multidistrict litigation.

  • July 20, 2018

    11 Firms To Steer IPOs Topping $3B In Busy Summer Stretch

    Eleven firms will steer initial public offerings by 11 companies that are projected to raise more than $3.3 billion during the week of July 23, led by an estimated $1.5 billion offering from a Chinese e-commerce giant, potentially setting up a furious finish for the month.

  • July 20, 2018

    Stroock Picks Up Partners From Steptoe, Morgan Lewis

    Stroock & Stroock & Lavan LLP has continued its expansion by hiring two partners, bringing the total number of partners hired this year to seven while adding manpower to the firm's benefits and capital markets practice areas. 

  • July 20, 2018

    Ex-UBS Trader, CFTC To Settle Spoofing Suit

    The former UBS AG trader being sued by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission for allegedly spoofing in precious metals futures markets has reached a tentative deal to settle the agency’s suit, according to a joint filing in Connecticut federal court on Friday.

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