Something highly unusual, and potentially quite bearish, has just happened to the stock market.
The crisis in Greece, a slowdown in China and eurozone are the main international risks to the financial system, says the Bank of England, which is concerned that markets could suddenly seize up and a pose a threat to stability.
The government has made another £500m from selling part of its stake in bailed-out Lloyds Banking Group.
Some Wall Street banks are better than others at focusing on their most-profitable debt-trading desks.
Mizuho Financial Group, which vaulted to the top spot among Japan’s mergers advisers this year by working with Japan Post Holdings and Itochu, plans to build on that position by hiring bankers in the U.S. and Asia.
UBS, the world's biggest wealth manager, expects Asia Pacific assets to account for as much as 30% of the funds it oversees within the next 10 years, the bank's chief executive said.
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A new alternative to bitcoin was launched in London Wednesday with official trading for the technology beginning next week on a global exchange based in Hong Kong.
A Bank of England payments system that processes hundreds of billions of pounds a day collapsed for nine hours last year because of defects in its design, according to a damning report.
A former Barclays trader accused of Libor-rigging related offences told the court today that email requests by staff for certain rates were indicative of what they were trained to do.
Bank of America’s decision to fight government allegations that it defrauded Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac paid off as a federal appeals court threw out a judgment of almost $1.3bn against the bank.
Singapore's regulators have shut down a private bank implicated in investigations of Malaysia's troubled development fund 1MDB, with prosecutors in the city-state and Switzerland weighing criminal charges.