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Citigroup has announced it has agreed, subject to court approval, to settle a class action lawsuit brought on behalf of investors who purchased Citigroup common stock during the period February 26, 2007 through April 18, 2008
Mitt Romney has pledged to repeal the Dodd-Frank Act. He won’t, and that’s just fine with Wall Street.
Bill Gross of PIMCO spoke to Bloomberg Television’s Trish Regan and said that he expects more quantitative easing from the Federal Reserve 'relatively soon' and that 'they have a dual mandate'.
New Barclays CEO Antony Jenkins’ compensation arrangements will reflect his new responsibilities.
So who is new Barclays CEO Anthony Jenkins ?
The Serious Fraud Office has launched an investigation into payments made after Barclays tapped Middle Eastern investors for emergency funds in 2008.
It sounds somewhat dramatic, yet it's not unheard of for senior level managers to cultivate their leadership strategy by enrolling in acting classes early on in their career.
Commerzbank's investment banking division saw a 40% increase in operating profit in the first quarter, driven primarily by a surge in debt and currency trading, the bank said on Thursday.
The chairman of Standard Chartered has said the bank will review its involvement in a controversial Australian coal mine that critics say threatens the Great Barrier Reef and will blow a hole in the global carbon budget.
It's been five years since the "flash crash" wiped out trillions of dollars in a matter of minutes. But despite a slew of new regulatory measures designed to prevent such an incident from occurring again, a former head of the SEC said the chances of another "flash crash" happening again are quite "high."