Goldman Sachs Chief Executive Lloyd Blankfein said now is a great time for companies to enter the public market.
The euro zone will continue to have problems for many years to come, says JPMorgan's chief executive Jamie Dimon.
Britain's economic growth picked up pace in the third quarter of 2013, boosting hopes that the country's nascent recovery is becoming more entrenched.
Britain's strongest growth in more than three years has provided a foretaste of the looming general election battle as the Conservatives and Labour clashed over the state of the economy.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney offered an olive branch to the City when he said properly managed and regulated banks would be able to secure more help at lower cost from Threadneedle Street if they got into financial trouble.
If the UK economy were a horse it would be gearing up to race in the Derby. When all the economic surveys display the kind of vigour and confidence associated with a champion racer, it is no wonder so many traders in the City of London are putting bets on soaring GDP growth.
Bank of England policymakers have been surprised at how rapidly growth has picked up and unemployment has fallen since the spring, raising the prospect of an earlier-than-expected rise in interest rates.
The US added just 148,000 new jobs in September as employers appear to have cut back on hiring ahead of Washington's budget battle.
Bitcoin, the cryptographic peer-to-peer digital currency, has reached a new price high since the market crash in April this year.
Public relations minefield or move to greater transparency ? Companies and governments hosting question and answer sessions over the social media site Twitter have had their fair share of mishaps over the years, but that hasn't dissuaded the Bank of England (BoE).
A glut of oil, the demise of Opec and weakening global demand combined to make 2015 the year of crashing oil prices. The cost of crude fell to levels not seen for 11 years – and the decline may have further to go.
Crude oil prices face further downside risk in the first half of 2016, with OPEC holding on to hopes of pumping the competition out of business, a Citigroup analyst said Wednesday.
A group representing 250 landlords is to launch a court challenge against tax changes to buy to let coming into force in 2017, claiming they have been victimised by the chancellor, George Osborne.