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London’s luxury home market has collapsed over the past six months as tax changes and uncertainty around Brexit have deterred buyers from both the UK and overseas, a property investment firm has claimed.
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JPMorgan and Bank of America forecast fourth-quarter trading gains after the U.S. election roiled markets and upended expectations for interest rates and economic growth.
A five-year investigation by competition authorities in Brussels into rigging of interest rates drew to a close Wednesday when three major banks – including HSBC – were fined €485m (£412m) for colluding to manipulate a crucial benchmark rate.
The FTSE-100 asset manager Schroders will this week name executives from the defence and technology sectors to its board as it recovers from a bruising shareholder revolt earlier this year.
Banks should taper expectations for regulatory change from the Trump administration, the Goldman Sachs executive told CNBC's "Fast Money" on Tuesday.
Shares of Goldman Sachs Group Inc. pulled back Friday from a nine-year high, but were still by far the biggest beneficiary of the Trump rally within the Dow Jones Industrial Average.
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A banker who attacked his wife with an axe and knife more than 120 times after she asked for a divorce has been sentenced to life in prison.
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Citigroup borrowed last week in a bond market that it has avoided for the last two years as new regulations pressed it to focus on issuing more expensive debt.
The state-backed Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is this weekend on the verge of agreeing to pay out hundreds of millions to shareholders over a $15.22bn fundraising led by former boss Fred Goodwin, even as its executive responsible for conduct and regulatory matters prepares to quit the bank.
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"That doesn't mean that all regulation is bad, but there's a certain balance," Stephen Schwarzman said Friday.
Tthe firm is said to be already in discussions with the German financial regulator BaFin about getting the necessary approvals'.
Barclays is taking a contrarian bet that Britain's vote to leave the European Union will help it win more investment banking business in its home market, despite the sharp slowdown in deal activity since the referendum.
Citron Research's Thursday afternoon tweet sent shares of Express Scripts tanking, and someone appeared ideally positioned for the move.
The lawsuits piling up against Wells Fargo over its fake accounts scandal have expanded to include three former branch managers alleging that an area president ordered employees to open bogus accounts to juice sales.