2011

DECEMBER

Wall Street Journal - December 31, 2011
Professor Greenberger suggests that MF Global's bankruptcy will negatively impact futures trading and that robust market reforms are 
necessary to protect small traders.

SNL Finance - December 21, 2011
Professor Greenberger anticipates that the CFTC's position limits rule, which is being challenged by members of the financial industry, will be upheld in federal court.

KTAR - December 15, 2011
John Corzine failed to resolve the pressing issues surrounding MF.

Thomson Reuters - December 2, 2011
Professor Greenberger argues that the Commodities Futures Trading Commission is well prepared to defend its position limits rule against a law suit recently filed by the financial industry.

NOVEMBER

WBUR - November 29, 2011
Weaken efforts to implement robust financial reforms.

Washington Post - November 28, 2011
Will step up to lead the financial reform effort that Congressman Frank championed.

Wall Street Journal - November 18, 2011
Professor Greenberger comments on MF Global.

Washington Post - November 16, 2011
Professor Greenberger anticipates that the meager funding proposed by Congress for the Commodities and Futures Trading Commission will prevent the agency from implementing and enforcing its regulations and introduce new uncertainty into the markets.

WNYC News - November 11, 2011
Professor Greenberger explains that, in order to recover their losses, a bankruptcy proceeding and even then they will likely recover pennies on the dollar.

Reuters - November 11, 2011
Global desegregated customer funds. 
Professor Greenberger observes that U.S. hedge funds are concerned 
credit-default swaps on sovereign debt.

Washington Post November 8, 2011
 

WNYC News - November 7, 2011
Professor Greenberger comments on the possible ramifications of MF Global's collapse.

Forbes - November 3, 2011
Markets.

Wall Street Journal - November 3, 2011
Professor Greenberger notes that hedge funds are concerned.

Financial Times - November 2, 2011
Professor Greenberger comments that MF Global's bankruptcy immediately track missing customer segregated funds.

OCTOBER

Bloomberg - October 28, 2011
Professor Greenberger suggestions that the CFTC's position limits rule may curb excessive speculation in derivatives markets.

New York Times - October 27, 2011
Professor Greenberger argues that a decision not to categorize the leaders as a "default" would dissuade further speculation on the 
European debt crisis.

Al Jeezera - October 27, 2011
Professor Greenberger is interviewed about how speculation in oil 
consumer groups, and commercial end users on the basis that the 
limits are arbitrary and capricious.

IBTimes Gold - October 18, 2011
Professor Greenberger considers the possibility of a legal challenge to the position limits that the CFTC recently adopted and argues that a 
Professor Greenberger expresses concern that the Commodities.

SEPTEMBER

Platts Energy Weekly - October 2, 2011
 

Megawatt Daily - September 28, 2011
U.S. leadership on financial reform.

National Journal - September 27, 2011
Concerned about the impending European debt crisis: 
Professor Greenberger explains that speculation increases energy regulation speculation on commodities markets are "horribly weak."

Detroit Free Press - September 22, 2011
Professor Greenberger on margin requirements.

ThinkProgress.org - September 15, 2011

JULY

MSNBC-TV - July 27, 2011

Boston Globe - July 24, 2011
 

Bloomberg News - July 18, 2011
Impose rules on the business of selling derivatives to borrowers.

Wall Street Journal - July 19, 2011
 

MSNBC - July 15, 2011
Obstructing an investigation into a plot to bomb New York City subways.

Professor Greenberger participated in a discussion on the Squawk.

JUNE

MarketWatch - June 29, 2011
Professor Greenberger comments on the Securities and Exchange

CBC News - June 22, 2011
Professor Greenberger was among the witnesses to testify.

Bloomberg - June 21, 2011
Professor Greenberger comments on extensive lobbying efforts.

America's Democrats - June 20, 2011
Professor Greenberger discusses the "all-out-battle" by Republicans to strip the Dodd-Frank Act of its consumer protection measures.

The Kansas City Star - June 15, 2011
Professor Greenberger explains the growing support for Gary Gensler.

The Huffington Post - June 15, 2011
Vermont in an op-ed titled, Stop Oil Speculation Now.

CommonDreams - June 16, 2011
Regulators halt excessive oil speculation that has driven up gasoline prices.

Il Sole 24 Ore - June 9, 2011
Commodity Exchange Act and regulation of derivatives.

The Washington Post - June 8, 2011
Professor Greenberger talks about the U.S. Senate.

Seeking Alpha - June 7, 2011
Commodities regulation getting bogged down in Washington.

New York Times - June 6, 2011
Banking sector, more than two dozen of the legislation's rules are Professor Greenberger's.

"Bubble Trouble," Michael Robinson (BBC)  - June 6, 2011

Platts Energy - June 2, 2011
Professor Greenberger comments on a story about the agency's new anti-manipulation standard, and how the agency will likely pursue.

Platts Oilgram News - June 2, 2011
Professor Greenberger discusses the proposed anti-manipulation allow the agency to infer fraud and manipulation from possibly 
reckless actions.

MAY

Reuters - May 26, 2011
Professor Greenberger discusses the recent CFTC's oil manipulation.

Bloomberg TV - May 26, 2011
Professor Greenberger is featured in a video interview accompanying: 
Professor Greenberger says, "Given the size of the foreign exchange market, it must be regulated in a manner that can provide complete transparency and reduce credit and default risks."

Reuters - May 25, 2011
Professor Greenberger comments on the CFTC's recent manipulation.

Macleans - May 25, 2011
Professor Greenberger provides a comment about the recent oil price.

STLtoday.com - May 19, 2011
Professor Greenberger is quoted in an editorial.

The Sun News - May 14, 2011


The Herald - May 13, 2011


The Tribune - May 15, 2011
 

The Street - May 10, 2011
Professor Greenberger comments on the Commodities Futures market.

 

CNBC - May 6, 2011
Professor Greenberger is quoted by Economist Hernando de Soto.

Huffingtonpost Business - May 6, 2011
Committees led by Republicans.

WYPR-FM - May 9, 2011
Professor Greenberger appeared on the "Maryland Morning" program.

MarketWatch - May 6, 2011
Professor Greenberger calls for further margin requirements on a wide-variety of commodity transactions in the wake of Thursday's 
plunge in commodities.

Huffingtonpost Business - May 6, 2011
Professor Greenberger comments on the Treasury Department.

Nieman Watchdog - May 6, 2011
Professor Greenberger says the Justice Department's new oil and gas gas prices down.

New Energy News - May 6, 2011
Professor Greenberger says oil market speculation is sending a false: 
In Paul Gallagher's editorial about Wall Street regulators, he refers to Professor Greenberger's statement about the Treasury's proposed rules.

Reuters - May 4, 2011
 

Monday - May 4, 2011
Professor Greenberger is mentioned in a story about the Department of Justice's new "Oil and Gas Price Fraud Working Group."

Goldman Sachs to the AARP agree that oil market speculation is sending a false demand signal to the market.

APRIL

BusinessWeek - April 29, 2011
Professor Greenberger is referenced in comments about "giantderivatives markets that go largely untracked and unregulated."

Huffington Post - April 29, 2011


Houston Chronicle - April 29, 2011


Daily Journal - May 2, 2011
Professor Greenberger disputed Treasury's main defense of the exemption -- that the contracts expire so fast that they don't pose
serious risks to the financial system.

MarketWatch - April 27, 2011
Professor Greenberger agrees that the derivatives unit requirements need to be employed in a future crisis to pay off counter-parties of a failing financial institution.

Toronto Globe and Mail - April 22, 2011
Excessive --and often illegal-- speculation can drive energy markets.

FINCAD - April 25, 2011
Professor Greenberger said the new definition will likely include credit.

The Globe and Mail - April 22, 2011
Professor Greenberger says,"If there are grand jury investigations confidence the price of the commodities will start to drop."

Reuters.com - April 21, 2011
Professor Greenberger discusses the task force formed by the Obama administration.

CNBC - April 21, 2011
Professor Greenberger discusses Goldman Sachs' influence.

Producer.com - April 21, 2011
Professor Greenberger says the CFTC should restrict the influence.

Cornell Daily Sun - April 22, 2011
Professor Greenberger discusses the linkage between oil prices and derivatives.

Fuel Oil News.com - April 19, 2011
Professor Greenberger discusses the linkage between oil prices and
Professor Greenberger discusses the real-life implications of 
excessive speculation.

"The Diane Rehm Show," NPR - April 12, 2011
Professor Greenberger discusses the current state of the U.S.

Bloomberg Businessweek - April 7, 2011
To control the post- Dodd-Frank market.

MARCH

Huffington Post - March 30, 2011
Professor Greenberger comments on an op-ed written by Alan.

Fox Business - March 28, 2011

Reuters TV - March 28, 2011
Going forward.

Bloomberg Brief - March 25, 2011
Professor Greenberger discusses the CFTC's rulemaking.

Euronews - March 25, 2011
Price of oil.

CBS Evening News - March 23, 2011
Professor Greenberger discusses excessive speculation in oil.

Fund Strategy - March 21, 2011
Professor Greenberger discusses the role of excessive speculation in oil.

Minneapolis Star Tribune - March 20, 2011
Professor Greenberger says rising gas prices could break the back of taxpayers.

Council on Foreign Relations - March 9, 2011
Professor Greenberger's IEF chapter is cited in this article.

FEBRUARY

The Hill - February 28, 2011
Professor Greenberger will testify before the U.S. Senate Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Committee's hearing on implementation of derivatives rules pursuant to the Dodd-Frank Act.

Globe & Mail - February 18, 2011
Professor Greenberger explains why a 'flash crash' could happen.

McClatchy - February 15, 2011
Professor Greenberger discusses the taxpayer-aided $2.9 billion.

Miami Herald - February 15, 2011
Professor Greenberger discusses the taxpayer-aided $2.9 billion.

Fresno Bee - February 15, 2011
Professor Greenberger discusses the taxpayer-aided $2.9 billion.

JANUARY

Bernews - January 11, 2012
Professor Greenberger's comments on the collapse of Refco Capital deny customers of Bermuda-based Refco damages for the firm's 
violation of US securities law.

 

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