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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Goldman Sachs announced quarterly earnings that fell short of expectations on Thursday, blaming “renewed concerns” about global growth for the shortfall.
Citigroup delivered quarterly earnings that topped analysts' expectations on Thursday.
JPMorgan plans to exit the business of settling U.S. government securities for most dealers by the end of 2017, including some transactions in a key corner of the $1.6tril repurchase-agreement market.
The HSBC executive arrested Tuesday for alleged frontrunning was about to move to the U.S. to take up a broader position in the firm’s trading division, according to people familiar with the matter.
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