The Senate Banking Committee hearing on Wall Street's role in physical commodities trading, which been scheduled for Wednesday, has been postponed, an aide to the committee said on Monday. The Federal... more 
The Senate Banking Committee hearing on Wall Street's role in physical commodities trading, which been scheduled for Wednesday, has been postponed, an aide to the committee said on Monday. The Federal Reserve's Director of Banking Supervision and Regulation, Michael Gibson, was due to appear as a witness, as was Michael Bay, director of the Office of Enforcement for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. A new date for the hearing has not been announced. less 
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