Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan said that even if Wall Street reforms were scaled back by politicians, he wouldn’t change how he runs the company, including the extra capital the firm holds.
Managers best be on the lookout.
The U.S. has lost its crown as the country with the most billionaires.
Venture capital investments in American start-ups slowed in the the third quarter of 2015, a study released Friday showed.
The cost of renting office space in the tallest buildings in London has surged almost 11 percent in the last six months, as construction of a number of high-profile skyscrapers have been completed and occupancy rates are at multi-year highs.
Glencore's plan to knock $10.2 billion off its debt pile is achievable, the president of Rusal — the Russian metals producer which has pulled off its own massive debt cut — told CNBC.
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HSBC’s London investment banking division is cutting pay by 10 percent and enforcing a two-week unpaid leave for hundreds of workers.
Wall Street firms that bankrolled the debt-fueled U.S. oil boom are putting aside more cash to cover potential energy losses as 'lower for longer' takes its toll.
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As the U.K. decides on its future in or out of the European Union, currency traders and analysts thousands of miles away in Asia, will be at their desks well before dawn.
Goldman Sachs has told 98 employees in New York that their jobs are being eliminated, bringing the number of dismissals disclosed to state officials this year to at least 353.
Deutsche Bank has hired James Nessel to run US high-yield trading, according to sources.