Deutsche Bank fuelled Germany’s rise to the status of economic powerhouse, financing its industry in the 19th century and helping the country’s economy to rise again from the rubble of the second world war.
Bank of England policies to help Britain’s economic recovery have made inequality worse and increased the wealth gap between young and old, according to a leading credit ratings agency.
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Goldman Sachs and other U.S. banks are looking at ways to slash expenses further this year as market turmoil, declining oil prices and concerns about Deutsche Bank have sent the sector's shares down sharply.
Even bankers and traders who have been promoted won’t see their salaries rise for now.
Goldman Sachs hired 3% of the 313,000 people who applied for a job at the firm last year, the same percentage as in 2014.
The new case said to recount a series of murders in 2010 and 2011 in horrific detail.
European banks face potential loan losses from energy firms of $27bn, or about 6% of their pretax profit over three years, according to analysts at Bank of America.
A conman posing as a millionaire London trader who defrauded a Dutch shipping company of $113m was sentenced to 14 years in prison by a U.K. court.
As fears grow over the stability of the European banking system, Standard Chartered is being hit by a double whammy in credit markets with investors increasingly worried about the lender’s business in Asia, where it earns most of its revenue.
Analysts are scrutinising the potential hit Royal Bank of Scotland and Barclays could take to their financial strength at times of market turbulence following the publication of EU-wide health checks on the financial sector.
Another bumper week of UK banking earnings is expected to bring a fresh dose of bad news, with profits expected to slide at HSBC and a loss forecast at RBS.
A group of women explain to CNBC's "On the Money" how they're addressing the lack of female representation on Wall Street--by making a movie about it.