At last some relatively positive news.
Londoners are set to launch an 'occupation' in the heart of the City’s financial centre on Saturday
Here are a few links to some interesting Bloomberg, New York Post and Reuters stories that are currently doing the rounds.
JPMorgan Chase & Co has reported third-quarter 2011 net income of $4.3 billion, compared with net income of $4.4 billion in the third quarter of 2010.
Julius Baer Group Ltd and Macquarie Group have announced they had entered into a strategic collaboration agreement. The agreement is based on future private and investment banking opportunities in North and South East Asia.
Here's mergermarket's Global M&A Legal Advisers League Table for the period 01/01/11 - 30/09/11.
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Despite being keen to seek new work, London’s over-stretched employees appear to be too busy to look for a new job, according to new research by recruiting expert Hays.
Deutsche Bank and Barclays, two of the world’s largest currency dealers, were among the first banks to suffer losses after the Swiss central bank’s surprise decision to abandon a cap on the franc, people with knowledge of the matter said.
Citigroup, the world’s biggest currencies dealer, lost more than $150m after the Swiss central bank’s surprise decision to let the franc trade freely against the euro, according to a person briefed on the matter.
Marko Dimitrijevic made a smart bet in December. The hedge fund manager, wagering the Swiss franc would fall, profited after voters there rejected a plan to have the central bank hold a fifth of its assets in gold.