Investors should take note of two political appointments that took place early this week—big changes, as leaders are replaced at both the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (S.E.C.), charged with enforcing the widely ignored rules in stock markets, and the Bank of England, charged with determining the supply of U.K. currency and price of loaning it. Both will ultimately impact Main Street. Here is how.
By silveristhenew | Published November 28, 2012
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