The European Central Bank will come under renewed pressure on Wednesday to take new steps to stimulate Europe's flatlining economy as economic surveys show that the eurozone is shrinking.
Not a good thing, trying to copy Goldman Sachs.
Ooh la la.
It's ain't easy being Morgan Stanley.
Lloyd Blankfein, the CEO of Goldman Sachs, told jurors Monday at the insider-trading trial of one of the investment bank's former directors that 'all parts' of a 2008 board meeting the two attended were confidential.
Europe's leaders appear to be edging towards an ambitious and controversial new blueprint for a federalised eurozone after Paris and Brussels threw their weight behind Spain's pleas for an EU rescue of its beleaguered banks.
Britain could be asked to underwrite up to €6bn (£4.8bn) towards a bailout of Greece if the country exits the euro, according to a thinkthank report released on Monday.
Not good news.
Garrett Bauer stood in a New York University lecture hall and warned 150 students not to emulate him. The day trader recounted illegally making millions of dollars over 17 years using corporate merger tips stolen by an attorney.