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    Sea Level Rise Is Predictable. It Will Be Anything From Bad to Awful https://t.co/Z1TPP79Vgz — moneyscience (@moneyscience) March 15, 2016

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    A Ukrainian mathematician has solved two high-dimensional versions of the centuries-old “sphere packing” problem https://t.co/ytyFQRxqRk — moneyscience…

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    Climate change will wipe $2.5tn off global financial assets: studyhttps://t.co/FK2QW6fgZj — moneyscience (@moneyscience) April 4, 2016

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    Nvidia unveils first Pascal graphics card, the monstrous Tesla P100https://t.co/RLnMaOXBg9 — moneyscience (@moneyscience) April 7, 2016

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    A $2 Billion Chip to Accelerate Artificial Intelligence https://t.co/TyYsPmJe1y — moneyscience (@moneyscience) April 8, 2016

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    Click here to download the weekly statistics update of TOM MTF for week 14, 2016. In week 14 a total of 313,362 equity and index option contracts were traded resulting in a TOM MTF market share versus Euronext of 38%

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    The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s (CFTC) Division of Market Oversight (DMO) today issued a no-action letter (CFTC Letter No. 16-32) and related guidance regarding the ownership and control final rule (OCR Final Rule). The OCR Final Rule requires the electronic submission of trader identification and market participant data on new and updated reporting forms.read more...

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    The current reports for the week of April 5, 2016 are now available.read more...

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    1. Notice and Takedown in Everyday Practice by Jennifer Urban (University of California, Berkeley – School of Law) and Joe Karaganis (Columbia University – The American Assembly) and Brianna Schofield (University of California, Berkeley – School of Law)read more...

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    The U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission’s (CFTC) Division of Market Oversight (DMO) today issued a no-action letter (CFTC Letter No. 16-33) regarding the masking of certain information reportable under the ownership and control final rule (OCR Final Rule). The OCR Final Rule requires the electronic submission of trader identification and market participant data on new and updated reporting forms.read more...

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    The California Public Employees' Retirement System (CalPERS) has filed an exempt solicitation with the Securities and Exchange Commission, urging fellow shareowners of the global mining company Rio Tinto to vote in favor of a proxy ballot resolution requiring the company to report on environmental risks and opportunities associated with climate change.read more...

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    Good morning.  In most years, I either give welcoming or closing remarks at the Institute.  The vagaries of schedules have me here today to briefly address you and I am honored to spend a few minutes with you.read more...

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    Credit value adjustment (CVA) and related charges have emerged as important risk factors following the Global Financial Crisis. These charges depend on uncertain future values of underlying products, and are usually computed by Monte Carlo simulation. For products that cannot be valued analytically at each simulation step, the standard market practice is to use the regression functions from least squares Monte Carlo method to approximate their values. However, these functions do not necessarily provide accurate approximations to product values over all simulated paths and can result in biases that are difficult to control. Motivated by a novel characterization of the CVA as the value of an option with an early exercise opportunity at a stochastic time, we provide an approximation for CVA and other credit charges that rely only on the sign of the regression functions. The values are determined, instead, by pathwise deflated cash flows. A comparison of CVA for Bermudan swaptions and ...

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    BM&FBOVESPA S.A. – Bolsa de Valores, Mercadorias e Futuros and CETIP S.A. –Mercados Organizados announce that on April 8, 2016, they favorably concluded negotiations regarding a combination of the two Companiesread more...

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    The Department of Justice announced today that the United States has settled civil mortgage fraud claims against Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. (Wells Fargo) and Wells Fargo executive Kurt Lofrano, stemming from Wells Fargo’s participation in the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) Direct Endorsement Lender Program.  In the settlement, Wells Fargo agreed to pay $1.2 billion and admitted, acknowledged and accepted responsibility for, among other things, certifying to the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), during the period from May 2001 through December 2008, that certain residential home mortgage loans were eligible for FHA insurance when in fact they were not, resulting in the Government having to pay FHA insurance claims when some of those loans defaulted.  The agreement resolves the United States’ civil claims in its lawsuit in the Southern District of New York, as well as an investigation conducted by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York regarding Wells Fargo’s FHA origination and underwriting practices subsequent to the claims in its lawsuit and an investigation conducted by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of California into whether American Mortgage Network, LLC (AMNET), a mortgage lender acquired by Wells Fargo in 2009, falsely certified and submitted ineligible residential mortgage loans for FHA insurance.read more...

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    The 11th annual World Takaful Conference (WTC) will be convened by leading financial intelligence platform, Middle East Global Advisors, in strategic partnership with the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC).read more...

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    Idea Credit: Philosophical Economics, but I estimated and designed the graphsread more...

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    The Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) Co-Location Data Centre has become the first data centre in the UAE to receive the internationally recognized Management and Operations (M&O) Stamp of Approval from Uptime Institute, the leading, unbiased standards and Certs organization for the data center and IT infrastructure.read more...