Boston Fed will not release documents on its former president's trades The Boston Federal Reserve will not release documents that could show whether its former president vetted a series of personal investments last year with its ethics officer, a spokesman for the regional Fed bank said, a key point in an ongoing ethics cont Powell, with ethics move, clears decks for Nov meeting and maybe his renominationWith a sensitive policy meeting less than two weeks off and a renomination hanging fire in the White House, Fed Chair Jerome Powell's tightening of Fed ethics rules on Thursday has shifted the narrative away from an issue that had become a chief target fo Fed cracks down on top officials' trading in bid to end ethics scandalThe Federal Reserve on Thursday banned individual stock purchases by its top officials and unveiled a broad set of other restrictions on their investing activities, taking action roughly six weeks after reports of active trading by some U.S. central bank Federal Reserve bans stock trading by top officials in ethics overhaulThe new rules will limit the types of financial securities the Fed’s top officials can own, including an outright ban on purchases of individual stocks or holding individual bonds. Elizabeth Warren asks the Fed to release its March 2020 ethics warning regarding trading.Ms. Warren, a Democratic Senator from Massachusetts, asked the Federal Reserve’s Board of Governors to release an email sent to reserve banks. US Fed bans officials from buying stocks after ethics scandalThe scandal recently led to the departure of two regional presidents and diminished confidence in the US central bank. Fed imposes sweeping new limits on policymakers' investmentsWASHINGTON (AP) — The Federal Reserve is imposing a broad new set of restrictions on the investments its officials can own, a response to questionable recent trades that forced two top Fed officials to resign. Fed Ethics Office Warned Officials to Curb Unnecessary Trading During RescueMonths later, some Federal Reserve leaders resumed their market activity, stoking a scandal now engulfing the central bank.