The London Stock Exchange and Deutsche Börse have insisted their proposed £21bn merger will still go ahead, despite a German politician declaring the tie-up “dead” after the UK voted to leave the European Union.
The U.S. stock market's reaction to the Brexit vote makes no sense, Howard Lutnick says. Here's why he thinks it's the place to be.
This post-Brexit financial world will require a lot of untangling. The FTSE 100 index closed down only 200 points, which used to be seen as a bad, but far from catastrophic, event in the stock market.
Casual isn’t necessarily cheap. To ease the transition to a recent move to business-casual attire, J.P. Morgan partnered with one of its clients to host a pop-up shop at its Park Avenue headquarters: Vineyard Vines.
Thousands of banking jobs across London are at risk after the UK voted for Brexit yesterday.
A former JPMorgan private banker appeared in a U.S. courtroom after eight years on the run in Argentina where he fled to avoid embezzlement and fraud charges.
Bank of England governor Mark Carney has sought to calm financial market fears about the impact of the UK’s Brexit vote by insisting that Threadneedle Street will take any measures needed to secure economic and financial stability.
Jamie Dimon, chairman and chief executive of JPMorgan, is wasting no time in reassuring staff and investors that the bank isn't about to abandon its UK operations in a post-Brexit world.
Deutsche Bank’s finances, weakened by low profitability and mounting legal costs, are raising concern among German politicians after the U.S. sought $14bn to settle claims related to the sale of mortgage-backed securities.
Goldman Sachs retained its crown as the bank with the largest commodities revenue in the first half, while lenders saw their worst income from natural resources in at least a decade.
John Stumpf's resignation is effective Thursday, a spokesperson for the San Francisco Federal Reserve said in a statement.