Gays Against Guns, a group formed days after the June massacre at a gay nightclub in Orlando, will target BlackRock to kick off a campaign pressuring companies to cut ties with the firearms industry.
The City watchdog has shut down an investigation into possible bond manipulation by a Lloyds Banking Group trader.
The new head of Prudential’s M&G fund management arm, Anne Richards, has said it is considering shifting more funds to Dublin and Luxembourg after the Brexit vote.
The Bank of England has avoided further embarrassment over its gilt-buying programme by comfortably succeeding in finding investors willing to sell gilts for its post-Brexit economic recovery plan.
'The only answer is to cut costs'.
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The sluggish 2016 market for initial public offerings is poised for a more active third quarter, according to Liz Myers, global head of equity capital markets for JPMorgan.
Citigroup has carved out an an improbable niche, given its history of receiving the most federal aid among banks in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis.
Deutsche Bank showed a $2.22bn capital shortfall under Goldman Sachs’s analysis of stress tests conducted by European regulators last month.
The Brexit vote helped knock more than £30,000 off the price of an average property in London during July and has sent prices lower nationally, according to estate agent Haart.
Royal Bank of Scotland has been told by a group of private investors that it will be taken to court over a £1.25bn claim related to its 2008 cash call.
Records aplenty fell at UBS this morning after announcing bumper third quarter results that beat expectations, but its share price was more conservative, climbing one per cent in morning trading.
The Royal Bank of Scotland reported an attributable loss of £469m for the third quarter of 2016 having been hit with nearly £900m of litigation and restructuring costs.