Concerns about the financial health of the commodities company Glencore have receded after its banks queued up to take part in a multi-billion-dollar debt restructuring.
The Bank of England is officially looking for Mark Carney's new right-hand man (or woman) – and anyone can apply.
Britain's bank bosses have warned that cost cutting measures will have to be ramped up as stunted revenues and low interest rates continue to take their toll on the sector.
Hedge funds in Asia, which navigated turbulent markets to post gains in 2015, had nowhere to hide in January.
Morgan Stanley strategists see a "Bizzaro World" where nothing makes sense and it's getting tougher and tougher to make a buck.
ABN Amro Group reported a 32% drop in fourth-quarter profit, missing estimates, as lending income declined and regulatory costs rose after its comeback as a publicly traded company.
Warren Buffett lost a little ground in the eighth year of his $1 million 10-year wager that an inexpensive plain stock index fund will outperform high-fee hedge funds.
Royal Bank of Scotland enjoyed tax breaks and deferrals amounting to an estimated £1bn after financing the film distribution rights to a string of blockbusters including Troy, Batman Begins and two of the Harry Potter series.
America’s biggest banks present a “nuclear” threat to the US economy and should be broken up, a Federal Reserve policymaker and architect of the 2008 banking bailout said Tuesday.
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Hong Kong is the latest city to follow the example of the UK's financial watchdog and set up its own scheme to accelerate the development of financial technology.
European banks are more akin to their Japanese counterparts and less like Wall Street, warns JPMorgan
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