THE WEEKEND UPDATE: SEPTEMBER 14-18, 2020

JLN PRESS ROOM PICK OF THE WEEK

FED’S STAR WITNESS IN SPOOFING TRIAL GETS TARNISHED UNDER CROSS-EXAMINATION

Another day of methodical testimony unfolded in Judge John Tharp’s federal courtroom on Wednesday, the second day of testimony in the case of the Department of Justice versus James Vorley and Cedric Chancu. The defendants in the criminal case, who worked together trading precious metals at Deutsche Bank, are charged with wire fraud. They allegedly spoofed the gold and silver futures markets on COMEX. 

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THE SPREAD: REDDIT ON THE INTERNET, SO IT MUST BE TRUE

This week on The Spread – analysts predict more volatility than usual around the U.S. election, institutional traders watch Reddit to predict price movements, and more.

THE JOHN LOTHIAN NEWS DAILY UPDATE (WEEKLY ROUNDUP) – WEEK OF 9/14/2020

The John Lothian Daily Update is a podcast turning the daily JLN hits and takes comments, our original content and the stories and quips in the top box of First Read into a daily podcast.

NEW FTSE RUSSELL DATA MODEL LOOKS FOR ‘GREEN’ IN GLOBAL INVESTMENTS

Ahead of the implementation of an ambitious EU classification system for sustainable activities, known as the EU Taxonomy, FTSE Russell this week launched a Green Revenues 2.0 model to classify the “green” revenue exposure of global listed companies, a segment of the…

FED’S STAR WITNESS IN SPOOFING TRIAL GETS TARNISHED UNDER CROSS-EXAMINATION

Another day of methodical testimony unfolded in Judge John Tharp’s federal courtroom on Wednesday, the second day of testimony in the case of the Department of Justice versus James Vorley and Cedric Chancu.

BLUE SKIES IN A POST-COVID WORLD: DOWNSIDE DOESN’T LOOK AS DEEP, SOCGEN SAYS

One day the world will recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, but what will a recovery look like and when will it take place?

NEW RETAIL INTEREST SPURS RENEWED FOCUS ON INVESTOR EDUCATION

Equity markets are seeing an influx of new retail interest, with up to 25 percent of market activity executed by retail investors on peak days this year, compared with about 10 percent in 2019, said John Zecca, Nasdaq’s executive vice president and chief legal and…

ILLINOIS’ SOCIAL EQUITY LICENSE APPLICANTS GET THEIR DAY IN COURT

Controversy over the application process for the state of Illinois’ 75 social equity licenses to open cannabis dispensaries found its way into court on Friday and is expected to be given a full hearing next Thursday, September 17. U.S. District Court Judge Jorge L….

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