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Authors of a new book say competition has led to lower fees and more options for investors.
The SEC will defer any new requests for ETFs that invest extensively in derivatives.
The Chinese oil company has financial ties to the Sudanese government.
The SEC has approved new rules for money market funds.
For years, these fees have irked investors.
Reserve Primary Fund investors could get back 99 cents on the dollar.
The SEC chief, Mary Schapiro, has made it clear Wall Street's go-go days are over.
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Obama's pick will play a role in cleaning up the mess on Wall Street.
Mavs owner charged with insider trading responds on his blog.