2009

DECEMBER

Post-Star (Glens Falls, NY) - December 19, 2009
Amendment exempts small businesses from derivatives regulations.

WUSA TV (Washington, D.C.) - December 16, 2009
Professor Greenberger reacts to Time Magazine naming Ben Bernanke 'Man of the Year;' he also discusses TARP and executive 
compensation.

Marketplace (NPR) - December 15, 2009
Professor Greenberger explains the importance of transparency of credit default swap transactions.

The Diane Rehm Show (NPR) - December 14, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses financial regulatory legislation passed by the U.S. House.

McClatchy D.C. - December 10, 2009
The U.S. House begins debate on sweeping financial regulation. Professor Greenberger weighs in.

Rolling Stone - December 9, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses possible loopholes in financial regulation legislation being considered on Capitol Hill.

Newsweek - December 5, 2009
Why is Barney Frank so furious about financial reform?

NOVEMBER

WTOP radio (Washington, D.C.) - November 30, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses regulating the Fed.

McClatchy D.C. - November 29, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses Sen. Maria Cantwell's proposal to use state gambling laws to regulate Wall Street.

Here & Now (NPR) - November 23, 2009
Professor Greenberger gives an update on the push to regulate Wall Street.

USA Today - November 23, 2009
CFTC Chairman Gary Gensler wants to police the financial Wild West, a move applauded by Professor Greenberger.

Reuters - November 21, 2009
The CFTC is ready to set position limits in energy markets to curb excess speculation.

The Nation - November 11, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses loopholes and exceptions in the House financial reform bill.

Midday with Dan Rodricks (WYPR) - November 2, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the latest efforts to regulate big banks deemed "too big to fail."

OCTOBER

The Boston Globe - October 31, 2009
Professor Greenberger expresses concern over the weakness of the House's financial regulation bill.

Morning Meeting (MSNBC) - October 26, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the notion of 'too big to fix.'

The New York Times - October 24, 2009
Is the push for financial regulation enough to rein in Wall Street? Professor Greenberger says more needs to be done.

The Diane Rehm Show (NPR) - October 22, 2009
Professor Greenberger explains how unregulated financial instruments have affected the U.S. economy.

Marketplace (NPR) - October 20, 2009
A panel of experts discusses Frontline's "The Warning."

Frontline: "The Warning" - October 20, 2009
 

The New York Times - October 17, 2009
Professor Greenberger says the House's financial regulation bill gives favorable treatment to the banking industry.

The Boston Globe - October 16, 2009
Hedge fund managers are gaining clout on Capitol Hill as they lobby to keep their business largely unregulated.

The Huffington Post - October 14, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses possible weaknesses in the House financial regulation bill.

The Motley Fool - October 2, 2009

SEPTEMBER

National Journal - September 26, 2009
Professor Greenberger explains that the OTC derivatives market is more profitable now than this time one year ago.

Mother Jones - September 21, 2009
Professor Greenberger is referenced in this article about Scott O'Malia's nomination to the CFTC.

BBC TV - September 17, 2009
Professor Greenberger appears in a program documenting the financial crisis: "The Love of Money: The Age of Risk."

Mother Jones - September 17, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the nomination of Scott O'Malia to the CFTC.

The Diane Rehm Show (NPR) - September 15, 2009
A year after the collapse of Lehman Brothers, Professor Greenberger talks about financial regulations supported by the Obama 
administration.

The News Journal - September 15, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses shadow markets.

Fund Strategy (UK) - September 14, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses continuing debate over regulation.

The New Yorker - September 7, 2009
 

The Economist - September 3, 2009
Professor Greenberger on CFTC Chairman Gary Gensler: "There's a new sheriff in town."

The Diane Rehm Show (NPR) - September 2, 2009
Professor Greenberger is part of a panel discussion on how to overhaul regulation of the U.S. banking system.

The New York Times - September 2, 2009

AUGUST

Reuters - August 27, 2009
Professor Greenberger explains why position limits could cause a drop in the price of commodities.

Forexyard/Reuters - August 27, 2009
Professor Greenberger explains why position limits could cause a drop in the price of commodities.

Reuters - August 24, 2009
Professor Greenberger explains the dangers of unchecked rehypothecation.

Clean Skies Sunday - August 23, 2009
Professor Greenberger explains how excessive speculation can affect the price of natural gas.

CleanSkies.com - August 21, 2009
Professor Greenberger explains the role speculators play in price swings in commodities markets.

Forbes.com - August 18, 2009
metals.

American Banker - August 12, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the Treasury's bill to crack down on unregulated derivatives trading.

Reuters - August 6, 2009
Professor Greenberger comments on the Federal Trade Commission's rule to fight oil price manipulation.

MarketWatch - August 5, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses setting position limits in energy markets and other commodities markets.

MarketWatch - August 4, 2009

JULY

The New York Times online - July 24, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses issues pertaining to federal regulation of carbon futures markets.

Oil Daily - July 20, 2009
Professor Greenberger explains why tougher regulations on speculators is a boon rather than a bane for the futures markets.

Energy Compass - July 17, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses excessive speculation, liquidity, and regulation in energy futures markets.

Reuters (India) - July 14, 2009
The $450 trillion derivatives market.

WTOP Radio, 103.5 FM (Washington, D.C.) - July 8, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the CFTC's proposed regulations and transparency for energy markets.

Rolling Stone - July 2, 2009

JUNE

OPEC Bulletin - June 2009
Professor Greenberger is interviewed about excessive speculation in the June 2009 OPEC Bulletin.

Huffington Post - June 24, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses a proposed new direction for the CFTC, including oversight of derivatives.

National Law Journal - June 23, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the first case brought by the SEC that alleges insider trading in credit default swaps.

Dollars & Sense blog - June 19, 2009
Professor Greenberger analyzes President Obama's plan to overhaul the nation's financial regulatory system.

Reuters - June 17, 2009
Professor Greenberger explains the effect new financial regulations could have on over-the-counter commodities derivatives trading.

WBAL Radio, AM 1090 (Baltimore) - June 17, 2009
Professor Greenberger analyzes President Obama's plan to overhaul the nation's financial regulatory system.

Reuters - June 17, 2009
Professor Greenberger provides background.

Marketplace, NPR - June 8, 2009
Professor Greenberger explains credit default swaps and other.

The Marc Steiner Show, WEAA FM - June 8, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses 'American Casino' and the U.S. housing crisis.

Mother Jones - June 8, 2009
Professor Greenberger explains why regulation is needed if a carbon derivatives market is created by U.S. cap and trade legislation.

"The Disciplined Investor" podcast - June 8, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the need to revisit a push to regulate oil markets.

The New York Times - June 4, 2009
Professor Greenberger talks about the CFTC's proposed regulations of swaps dealers and markets where derivatives are traded.

The New York Times - June 1, 2009

MAY

Daily Kos - May 27, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses Brooksley Born and the fight to regulate derivatives in the late 90s.

The Washington Post - May 26, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses Brooksley Born and the fight to regulate derivatives in the late 90s.

WashingtonPost.com - May 26, 2009
Professor Greenberger explains the reluctance of top economic officials to regulate over-the-counter derivatives in the late 90s.

Dollars & Sense - May 17, 2009
Professor Greenberger's appearance on C-SPAN's "Washington Journal" is discussed on this blog.

C-SPAN - May 15, 2009
Professor Greenberger is interviewed live on "Washington Journal," where he discusses derivatives regulation.

The Washington Post - May 14, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the Obama administration's proposals to increase oversight and regulation of derivatives.

Reuters - May 7, 2009
Professor Greenberger's 'Futures, Options, and Derivatives' class is profiled in a story about the growing student demand for derivatives law courses.

"The Morning Review," KPFK 90.7 FM (Los Angeles) - May 7, 2009

APRIL

"Fault Lines," Al Jazeera English - April 30, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the sweeping financial deregulation movement of the late 90s.

TheStreet.com - April 28, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the continuing fight to give regulators more oversight of the credit default swaps market.

Bloomberg - April 28, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses legislation in the U.S. Senate that would give the government more power to prosecute mortgage and 
financial fraud.

Variety - April 26, 2009
Professor Greenberger attends the premiere of 'American Casino' at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City. Commentary from 
Professor Greenberger is prominently featured in the film. The film would win the Women Film Critic Circle Award that same year.

Bloomberg - April 24, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the evolution of the derivatives market and the lack of regulation that fueled runaway credit default 
swaps trading.

Newsweek - April 10, 2009
Professor Greenberger explains the importance of requiring over-the-counter derivatives to be traded on formal exchanges.

WUSA TV, Channel 9 (Washington, D.C.) - April 8, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the investigation into alleged government's plan to crack down on mortgage relief fraud.

The Hill - April 7, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the role of a systemic risk regulator in overseeing derivatives trading.

The Washington Post - April 7, 2009
Professor Greenberger explains the importance of a cohesive and comprehensive new financial regulatory system.

MinnPost.com - April 7, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses Larry Summers' refusal to heed the CFTC's call for derivatives regulation in the late 90s.

"Connect the Dots," KPFK 90.7 FM (Los Angeles) - April 6, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the prospect of nationalizing the Fed.

ClimateWire - April 2, 2009

MARCH

CBS Evening News - March 26, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the Treasury's proposal to overhaul the financial regulatory system.

FoxBusiness.com Live - March 23, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the Treasury's latest plan to buy banks' troubled assets.

NBC Nightly News - March 21, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the latest public outcry over bonuses paid to executives at American International Group (AIG).

The Financial - March 19, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses how excessive speculation in the unregulated energy and swaps markets has caused unnecessary and 
substantial volatility in the agriculture and energy markets.

NBC Nightly News - March 17, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the $165 million in bonuses paid to American International Group (AIG) executives.

WTOP Radio, 103.5 FM (Washington, D.C.) - March 16, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses bonuses for executives in American International Group (AIG)'s financial products division.

WNYC Radio (NPR), 93.9 FM (New York City) - March 16, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the existing financial regulatory structure and how it could be reformed.

WBFF TV, Fox 45 (Baltimore, MD) - March 13, 2009
Bank nationalisation could help free up credit markets.

Stanford Magazine - March/April 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses Brooksley Born, chairwoman of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission in the late 90s and pushed.

WUSA TV, Channel 9 (Washington, D.C.) - March 11, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the latest developments in the Bernie Madoff Ponzi scheme case, including the investigation into the 
possibility that Madoff had accomplices.

Frontline's "Inside the Meltdown" - deleted scene (PBS) - March 6, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the push to regulate derivatives in the late 1990s. (To view "Frontline: Inside the Meltdown" in its entirety, click here.)

WBAL TV, Channel 11 (Baltimore) - March 6, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses Legg Mason's sell off of $1.8 billion in structured investment vehicles at 25 cents on the dollar.

Federal News Radio, 1500 AM (Washington, D.C.) - March 2
Professor Greenberger explains how the proposed Derivatives Market Transparency and Accountability Act of 2009 would affect derivatives and which federal agencies would be charged with oversight if the bill becomes law.

Delta Farm Press - March 2

FEBRUARY

WUSA TV, Channel 9 (Washington, D.C.) - February 25, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses President Obama's speech on the economy and alternatives to bank nationalization.

The Diane Rehm Show, WAMU (NPR) - February 24, 2009
Professor Greenberger explains the shadow banking system and its role in the financial crisis.

Newsweek - February 21, 2009
Professor Greenberger is quoted in a profile article of Larry Summers, President Obama's top economic adviser.

Frontline: Inside the Meltdown (PBS) - February 17, 2009
Professor Greenberger analyzes the U.S. government's response to the financial collapse of Bear Stearns, Lehman Brothers and 
American International Group.

Securities Industry News - February 16, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses capital requirements and 'naked' credit default swaps.
Professor Greenberger discusses the Treasury's financial stability plan and analyzes the reaction from Wall Street.

Pensions & Investments Online - February 9, 2009
Professor Greenberger discusses the proposed ban on 'naked' credit default swaps.

C-SPAN 2 - February 4, 2009
Professor Greenberger testifies before the U.S. House Committee on Agriculture at a hearing on the Derivatives Market Transparency and Accountability Act of 2009.

Congress Daily - February 4, 2009
Professor Greenberger testifies before the U.S. House Committee on Agriculture at a hearing on the Derivatives Market Transparency and Accountability Act of 2009.

TheDeal.com - February 4, 2009
Professor Greenberger testifies before the U.S. House Committee on Agriculture at a hearing on the Derivatives Market Transparency and Accountability Act of 2009.

WUSA TV, Channel 9 (Washington, D.C.) - February 4, 2009

JANUARY

National Underwriter Online News Service - January 27, 2009
Professor Greenberger testifies in favor of increased oversight of credit default swaps.

60 Minutes, CBS News - January 11, 2009
Professor Greenberger explains why excessive speculation in the oil market by large financial institutions is the primary culprit for 2008's record swing in gas prices.

CBSNews.com - January 11, 2009
Professor Greenberger explains why excessive speculation in the oil

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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