Fed Officials Saw Longer Wait for Rate Cuts After Inflation Setbacks 

Minutes of their last meeting revealed some officials were open to raising rates if inflation reaccelerated.

SEC's $10 Million Fine of NYSE Owner Shows Focus on Cyber Disclosures 

The regulator says Intercontinental Exchange failed to report a 2021 breach for days.

Snowflake boosts its forecast, and Wall Street breathes a sigh of relief 

Snowflake's stock is rising but paring gains, as the outlook implies deceleration.

A $444 Billion 'Fat Finger' Trade Crashed Stocks. Now Citigroup Is Paying the Price. 

Citigroup agreed to pay U.K. regulators $78 million, after a botched 2022 order to sell shares caused a brief "flash crash" in European stocks.

FTX's Sam Bankman-Fried Being Transferred to New Prison 

He sought to stay in New York while helping to prepare his appeal.

Oaktree Capital Takes Control of Inter Milan, Italy's Soccer Champions 

Private-credit fund used Covid-era loan to seize team from Chinese owner.

CPP Investment Board CEO Warns About Undermining Fund With Domestic Mandates 

Restricting investments to Canada "would undermine the long-term sustainability of the fund," John Graham said.

30-year mortgage rate drops to a seven-week low 

Mortgage rates fell for the third week in a row, boosting refinancing activity.

Permira Seeks EUR750 Million for New Credit Fund 

The London private-equity firm is launching its first fund in two-year-old opportunistic debt strategy.

Crypto Takes Aim at 2024 Elections 

Coinbase, Kraken and others are fighting for survival after a regulatory crackdown.

(END) Dow Jones Newswires

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