The U.K. Financial Conduct Authority has re-opened its investigation into Barclays' 2008 emergency fundraising from Qatar despite issuing a fine in the case four years ago, as charging decisions from a parallel criminal case are set to be announced imminently, according to a person familiar with the probe.
The U.K. will not waiver under the threat of terrorism, Prime Minister Theresa May has said in an announcement to the House of Commons Thursday.
One Bank of America technical strategist says history is implying a big move up for the S&P 500.
Here's something sent in by one of our readers a few years ago, which may have a particular resonance today.
Will Brexit trigger an exodus of bankers from the City of London?
British police have searched six addresses and made seven arrests in raids as part of an investigation into the Wednesday's attack on the Houses of Parliament which left five people dead and 40 injured, London's Metropolitan Police have announced.
Londoners have expressed defiance after the terrorist attack at Westminster, sharing messages of solidarity on social media.
It began like any other early afternoon in Westminster. Inside the Houses of Parliament, MPs were gathering in the Commons chamber to vote, while journalists and parliamentary staff worked in their offices, and parties of schoolchildren and other visitors mingled around the rambling parliamentary estate.
• November 2001: Real IRA car bomb detonated in Birmingham by republican dissidents.
And he was a former top firm CEO.
Fixing an area that was a sore spot in the fourth quarter.
Bank of America has poached a top rainmaker for financial services companies from Morgan Stanley.
Nomura has narrowed down its hunt for a post-Brexit European subsidiary, with Frankfurt reportedly emerging as the frontrunner in the latest vote of confidence in the German financial hub.
Make the trading floor great again.
Chasing the fees.
Stripe co-founders Patrick and John Collison fought childhood boredom by teaching themselves to code.
UBS is “very pessimistic” about reaching an agreement with French authorities to settle a case of alleged tax fraud that forced the bank to post a $1.2bn bond to cover any potential penalties three years ago, Journal du Dimanche reported.
Bucking the trend.
Deutsche Bank, Germany’s biggest lender, has given London a resounding vote of confidence by agreeing a 25-year lease on new UK headquarters in the Square Mile.
Two former associates of billionaire shipping and rig tycoon John Fredriksen are delivering out-sized returns by snapping up distressed and shunned oil-related assets. And they say it’s a bet that has plenty of room to run.