2010

DECEMBER

Reuters - December 23, 2010
A comment letter by Professor Greenberger is cited in this article about ICE Trust pulling its application to register its credit default swaps clearinghouse as a derivatives clearing organization pursuant to the Commodity Exchange Act.

Fins.com - December 21, 2010
Professor Greenberger discusses the CFTC's push to hire more staff to help implement Dodd-Frank.

Bloomberg - December 20, 2010
Professor Greenberger discusses Nasdaq's behind-the-scenes work to curb bank control of clearinghouses.

Reuters - December 16, 2010
Professor Greenberger reacts to CFTC's proposal to limit speculative positions in commodities.

Reuters - December 14, 2010
Professor Greenberger discusses questions regarding JP Morgan's copper and silver positions.

Wall Street Journal - December 13, 2010
Professor Greenberger defends the pace of market regulation.

TMCNews.com - December 12, 2010
Gary Gensler, chairman of the CFTC, mentions Professor Greenberger in his opening remarks at a speech.

Philadelphia Inquirer - December 10, 2010
Professor Greenberger says excessive speculation by Wall Street is once again contributing to the rising price of oil.

The Fiscal Times - December 9, 2010
The CFTC is prepared to propose new rules for regulating derivatives.

"Here & Now," NPR - December 6, 2010

NOVEMBER

"Maryland Morning," WYPR (NPR - Baltimore) - November 23, 2010
Hundreds of comment letters are pouring into regulatory agencies as rule-writing for the Dodd-Frank Act begins.

The American Prospect - November 15, 2010
When it comes to implementing Dodd-Frank, Wall Street has home court advantage. Professor Greenberger explains what's being done to keep tough regulations alive.
Professor Greenberger relates the themes from "All My Sons" to Wall Street and the economic meltdown.

MarketWatch - November 5, 2010
Professor Greenberger advocates the need for another round of bank stress tests.

OCTOBER

CNBC.com - October 6, 2010
Professor Greenberger says that Goldman Sach's brand is now more of a liability than an asset in D.C.

PRwatch.org - October 6, 2010
Professor Greenberger explains how Wall Street might exploit loopholes built into new financial regulations.

SEPTEMBER

FavStocks.com - September 30, 2010
On October 4, Professor Greenberger will speak at a Roosevelt Institute Conference on the future of financial reform.

Salon - September 25, 2010
Professor Greenberger is quoted in this article titled "The Larry Summers hall of shame."

Center for Media & Democracy - September 22, 2010
Larry Summers is leaving the Obama administration at the end of the year.

MarketWatch - September 21, 2010
Corporation is a "major swap participant."

Bloomberg - September 15, 2010
Professor Greenberger discusses sovereign swaps trades and the EU's move to regulate certain swaps trades.

Wall Street Journal - September 7, 2010

AUGUST

"The Diane Rehm Show," NPR - August 30, 2010
Professor Greenberger takes part in a discussion of what comes next to right the economy.

Newsweek - August 29, 2010
Professor Greenberger says that the bulk of financial reform wasn't driven by the White House.

New York Times - August 28, 2010
Professor Greenberger says rule-writing under the Dodd-Frank Act is a "more complicated battlefield."

Truthout.com - August 27, 2010
Speculation and the new commodity price crisis: Separating the wheat from the chaff.

Morningside Partners - August 23, 2010

JULY

Platts - July 27, 2010
Professor Greenberger says the CFTC will have its hands full with responsibilities under the new financial reform law.

Hamptons.com - July 27, 2010
Professor Greenberger speaks on a panel along with Elizabeth Warren and George Soros.

American Banker - July 22, 2010
Professor Greenberger says that much of the derivatives section of finreg is going to be based on rulemaking by the SEC and CFTC.

The Boston Globe - July 22, 2010
Professor Greenberger says there is sweeping support for Elizabeth Warren to head the new federal consumer protection bureau.

The Economic Times - July 20, 2010
Professor Greenberger speaks on a panel along with Elizabeth Warren and George Soros.

Businessweek - July 19, 2010
Professor Greenberger speaks on a panel along with Elizabeth Warren and George Soros.

Businessweek - July 19, 2010
Professor Greenberger explains why proving commodity manipulation could be easier post-finreg.

U.S. News & World Report - July 16, 2010
Professor Greenberger says the SEC's suit against Goldman Sachs.

Christian Science Monitor - July 15, 2010
Professor Greenberger explains why rulemaking is the next big step.

"Marketplace," NPR - July 15, 2010
Professor Greenberger explains why rulemaking is the next big step in financial regulatory reform.

Los Angeles Times - July 15, 2010
Professor Greenberger says regulatory rule-writing is the next big fight on the financial reform front.

The Huffington Post - July 15, 2010
Professor Greenberger discusses the derivatives aspect of the financial regulatory reform bill.

CNN Money - July 13, 2010
Professor Greenberger says financial reform legislation will tamp down on speculative activities that affect the price of commodities.

The Boston Globe - July 1, 2010
Professor Greenberger says lawmakers "moved heaven and earth" for Sen. Scott Brown in an effort to garner his support for the financial regulation bill.

JUNE

C-SPAN - June 30, 2010
Professor Greenberger testifies before the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission.

Associated Press - June 30, 2010
Professor Greenberger testifies before the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission.

"Maryland Morning," WYPR (Baltimore) - June 29, 2010
Professor Greenberger explains important regulations in the financial reform package.

"The Diane Rehm Show," NPR - June 28, 2010
Professor Greenberger gives a detailed overview of the financial regulatory reform package.

Fortune (blog) - June 25, 2010
Professor Greenberger will testify before the FCIC on June 30.

Reuters - June 23, 2010
Professor Greenberger commends Sen. Blanche Lincoln for spearheading the latest fight to regulate derivatives.

The Huffington Post - June 23, 2010
Professor Greenberger discusses the fight to keep tough derivatives language in the financial regulatory reform bill.

Reuters - June 16, 2010
Professor Greenberger says tough derivatives language in the Senate's financial regulatory reform bill means "doing an entirely 
different kind of swaps business."

Reuters - June 14, 2010
A revised proposal from Sen. Blanche Lincoln would allow banks to keep parts of their OTC derivatives operations.

AlterNet - June 11, 2010
Professor Greenberger says the U.S. taxpayer should not be a part of banks' derivatives market-making.

Politico - June 10, 2010
Professor Greenberger says Sen. Blanche Lincoln's primary victory will encourage fellow Democrats on Capitol Hill to keep her tough 
derivatives language in the financial reform bill.

"Planet Money," NPR - June 10, 2010
Managing risk.

Reuters - June 10, 2010
Professor Greenberger says that high-frequency trading is one of the most important issues the CFTC will handle.

Rolling Stone - June 10, 2010
Professor Greenberger discusses the fight over loophole language in the Senate's financial regulatory reform legislation.

NASDAQ - June 9, 2010
Professor Greenberger says Sen. Blanche Lincoln's primary victory is a boon for strong derivatives language in the financial regulatory 
reform bill.

MarketWatch - June 9, 2010
Professor Greenberger says Sen. Blanche Lincoln's primary victory is a boon for strong derivatives language in the financial regulatory 
reform bill.

Derivatives tele-press conference - June 8, 2010
Professor Greenberger joins Columbia University Professor Joseph Stiglitz and Rob Johnson of the Roosevelt Institute for a tele-press 
conference on keeping tough derivatives language in the Senate's financial reform bill.

Reuters - June 7, 2010
Ahead of financial regulatory reforms, some firms are already modifying how they do business.

The American Interest - June 3, 2010
Professor Greenberger discusses ICE Trust U.S., clearing, and the IRS.

Washington Lawyer - June 2010

MAY

"The Wall Street Shuffle," CNN Radio (Dallas) - May 27, 2010
Professor Greenberger emphasizes the importance of section 716 in Senate financial regulatory reform legislation.

CNN Money - May 25, 2010
Winners and losers of the current Wall Street reform legislation.

"CongressDaily," National Journal - May 25, 2010
Professor Greenberger comments on Rep. Barney Frank's assertion that Senate financial regulatory reform legislation "goes to far" by 
requiring banks to spin off their swaps desks.

HeatingOil.com - May 24, 2010
The CFTC is poised to impose new rules on speculators following the Senate's approval of financial regulatory reform legislation. Professor Greenberger calls it "a signal from Congress."

Business Week - May 21, 2010
The CFTC is poised to impose new rules on speculators following the Senate's approval of financial regulatory reform legislation. Professor Greenberger calls it "a signal from Congress."

San Francisco Chronicle - May 21, 2010
The CFTC is poised to impose new rules on speculators following the Senate's approval of financial regulatory reform legislation. Professor Greenberger calls it "a signal from Congress."

FireDogLake - May 20, 2010
Professor Greenberger says Sen. Maria Cantwell is "absolutely right in what she's doing" by holding up cloture on the Senate's financial regulation legislation.

"Marketplace," NPR - May 19, 2010
Professor Greenberger explains it's critical that Sen. Lincoln's derivatives provision prevails.

"Planet Money," NPR - May 19, 2010
Professor Greenberger warns that last minute dealings could exempt 60 percent of derivatives trades from regulation.

The Washington Post - May 19, 2010
Professor Greenberger explains why Sen. Dodd's amendment to the financial regulation bill isn't a good compromise, especially for 
taxpayers.

Capitol News Connection - May 19, 2010
The derivatives disaster is spreading to local governments.

In These Times - May 19, 2010
Professor Greenberger expresses concern that reformers have to fight the Obama administration as much as they have to fight Wall Street.

The Epoch Times - May 17, 2010
Wall Street's next move: betting on Hollywood. Professor Greenberger says that, in gaming terms, there's a good chance it will be banned.

Tampa Tribune - May 17, 2010
Professor Greenberger says a Florida candidate for U.S. Senate who made billions betting against the housing market benefited "from a 
system that caused the meltdown, but he didn't cause it."

WTOP Radio (Washington, D.C.) - May 13, 2010
Factors that could have contributed to the latest wild market swing.

CNN Money - May 11, 2010
Wall Street's next move: betting on Hollywood. Professor Greenberger weighs in.

Insurance Advocate - May 10, 2010
Professor Greenberger applauds the New York assemblyman who introduced legislation to regulate credit default swaps like insurance.

"Assignment," BBC Radio - May 9, 2010
Professor Greenberger discusses the fight to regulate derivatives in the late 90s.

The Globe & Mail - May 7, 2010
Professor Greenberger explains how high-speed trading could have contributed to a massive market dysfunction.

The Fiscal Times - May 5, 2010
Lessons learned from derivatives deregulation a decade ago.

Rortybomb (blog) - May 5, 2010
Professor Greenberger defends Sen. Blanche Lincoln's proposal to spin off swaps desks.

The Washington Post online - May 5, 2010
Professor Greenberger defends Sen. Blanche Lincoln's proposal to spin off swaps desks.

CNBC.com - May 5, 2010
Professor Greenberger says world governments will follow the United States' lead in regulating OTC derivatives.

The Huffington Post - May 4, 2010
Coalition letter on financial regulatory reform.

C-SPAN - May 4, 2010
Professor Greenberger discusses the role credit rating agencies played in the financial crisis, plus possible new regulations.

The Huffington Post - May 4, 2010
Well-known companies are supporting relaxed standards for Wall Street.

The Washington Post online - May 3, 2010

APRIL

"Marketplace," NPR - April 27, 2010
The growing problem of credit default swaps on municipal debt.

Business Week - April 27, 2010
Professor Greenberger calls the CFTC's move to close the Enron loophole for seven major gas contracts "a significant effort."

The American Prospect - April 26, 2010
Professor Greenberger writes a roadmap to reining in the reckless market in over-the-counter derivatives.

MarketWatch - April 26, 2010
Democrats reach deal on tough derivatives law.

"The Diane Rehm Show," NPR - April 26, 2010
Professor Greenberger is part of a live discussion on the latest financial regulatory reform efforts on Capitol Hill.

Reuters/Washington Post online - April 26, 2010
With increasing support for financial regulatory reform, the CFTC is getting a political lift for energy position limit plans.

ProPublica - April 23, 2010
Professor Greenberger says Sen. Blanche Lincoln's bill is "far superior" to other financial regulation legislation.

Business Week - April 22, 2010
Are Wall Street lobbyists losing clout in D.C.?

CNN "American Morning" - April 22, 2010
Professor Greenberger says proper regulations of derivatives markets could have prevented the current economic crisis.

"Marketplace," NPR - April 21, 2010
Professor Greenberger explains why the derivatives provisions in Sen. Blanche Lincoln's bill are crucial to financial regulatory reform.

Seattle Times - April 20, 2010
Professor Greenberger joins Sen. Maria Cantwell for a press conference urging lawmakers to enact strict derivatives regulations.

Reuters - April 20, 2010
Professor Greenberger joins Sen. Maria Cantwell for a press conference urging lawmakers to enact strict derivatives regulations.

U.S. News & World Report - April 20, 2010
Your guide to the Goldman Sachs lawsuit, with expertise from Professor Greenberger.

The Washington Post online - April 20, 2010
Post blogger Ezra Klein links to Professor Greenberger's presentation from the Make Markets Be Markets conference.

"PBS News Hour," PBS - April 19, 2010
suit against Goldman Sachs.

"The Takeaway," Public Radio International - April 19, 2010
Professor Greenberger joins New York Times reporter Louise Story in a discussion of the SEC suit against Goldman Sachs.

Seeking Alpha - April 18, 2010
More coverage of the SEC suit against Goldman Sachs.

"Room for Debate," The New York Times online - April 16, 2010
Professor Greenberger's commentary about the SEC suit against Goldman Sachs.

Arkansas Times - April 13, 2010
Sen. Blanche Lincoln prepares to take center stage in the financial derivatives debate.

New York Times - April 12, 2010
Professor Greenberger explains why all derivatives should clear and trade through an exchange.

The New York Review of Books - April 8, 2010
Professor Greenberger is referenced in this review of Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz's new book.

"Tapped," the American Prospect blog - April 7, 2010
Another twist in consumer protection.

The Washington Post - April 6, 2010
Professor Greenberger discusses "abusive" derivatives.

The Washington Post - April 5, 2010
An update on derivatives reform. Professor Greenberger's article from the Make Markets Be Markets conference is linked.

The New Republic - April 4, 2010
Why lawmakers need to get tough on derivatives and push for increased regulation and transparency.

New York Times - April 2, 2010
Professor Greenberger explains why the derivatives clearing houses and exchanges could be a multi-billion dollar business.

New York Times - April 1, 2010

MARCH

Dow Jones Newswires - March 31, 2010
Movie studios fight efforts to sanction film futures trading.

Reuters - March 24, 2010
CFTC weighing position limits in metals markets. Professor Greenberger says this will be a difficult issue for the Commission to 
deal with.

New York Times online - March 19, 2010
Congress is warming to CFTC Chairman Gary Gensler.

Reuters - March 19, 2010
Congress is warming to CFTC Chairman Gary Gensler.

"The Dylan Ratigan Show," MSNBC - March 15, 2010
Reaction to Sen. Dodd's second attempt at legislation strengthening financial regulatory reform.

CBS Evening News - March 15, 2010
Financial regulatory reform.

Reaction to Sen. Dodd's second attempt at legislation strengthening:

The New Yorker - March 15, 2010
Professor Greenberger says there's been a total lack of Presidential leadership in dealing with the financial crisis.

Pogo Blog - March 8, 2010
Laudatory coverage of Professor Greenberger's derivatives paper for the "Make Markets Be Markets" conference.

Seeking Alpha - March 2, 2010
Professor Greenberger will speak at the Roosevelt Institute's "Make Markets Be Markets" conference set for March 3, 2010.

Southeast Missourian - March 1, 2010

FEBRUARY

Beyond the Sound Bite - February 24, 2010
Can financial regulatory reform happen in an election year? Professor Greenberger weighs in.

Seattle Times - February 21, 2010
Senator Maria Cantwell continues her effort to rein in big banks and Wall Street's massive financial institutions.

CBS News - February 16, 2010
"The Price of Oil" honored with Polk Award. Professor Greenberger is interviewed in the original piece, which aired in January 2009.

Newsweek - February 16, 2010
Professor Greenberger explains the impact of Wall Street's involvement in Europe's financial crisis.

Bloomberg - February 12, 2010
Gary Gensler, chairman of the CFTC and former Goldman Sachs executive, is the driving force behind derivatives regulation.

Business Week - February 11, 2010
Executive, is the driving force behind derivatives regulation.

The Olympian - February 7, 2010

JANUARY

WUSA TV (Washington, D.C.) - January 27, 2010
Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner faces questions from lawmakers on how the AIG bailout was handled.

The Nation - January 25, 2010
Who should run the Fed? Ben Bernanke faces opposition on Capitol Hill in his bid for a second term.

Reuters - January 14, 2010
Professor Greenberger discusses Gary Gensler's promised tough side.

Voices of Our World - January 10, 2010
Exploring the link between commodities speculation and the food.

Counter Punch - January 8, 2010
How the Teamsters beat Goldman Sachs and helped save YRCW.

Q & A (C-SPAN) - January 3, 2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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