JPMorgan said U.S. and U.K. authorities ended probes into its activities involving Libor and other benchmark rates without issuing fines, allowing the bank to escape the scandal lightly compared to other firms.
Standard Chartered, the bank reeling from billions of dollars of losses on soured energy loans, has increased lending to oil refineries just as companies across that industry face a slump in profit.
Anxiety is a normal part of life and it can affect us all in different ways and at different times.
So that's it - after seven long years of interest rates becoming increasingly boring, today the Bank of England's monetary policy committee (MPC) voted to cut the base rate to 0.25 per cent.
UK interest rates have been cut for the first time in seven years as part of a wide package of Bank of England measures to shore up the economy in the wake of the Brexit vote.
This clearly was a big deal.
Goldman Sachs has been ordered to pay $36.3 million relating to a case in which an-ex employee allegedly used regulatory information to win clients.
Morgan Stanley said an Italian prosecutor may seek as much as $3.21bn over allegations that derivatives the investment bank sold more than a decade ago were improper and unfairly unwound.
Wealth management firm Baird said Glen Clarke has joined its global investment banking business as a managing director in its global consumer team.
A mass exodus of bankers post-Brexit is unlikely, as many institutions simply don't want to leave London, the head of the City watchdog has said.
Ross McEwan may have been pleasantly surprised as he peaked through his fingers to see what had happened to the Royal Bank of Scotland's (RBS) share price this morning.
HSBC is in talks with the Bank of England to discuss how it might be able to free up £5bn currently locked up in its Chinese business.