Matt Taibbi, a prominent journalist who has written critically of Wall Street, is back in the pages of Rolling Stone magazine with a lengthy report on a JPMorgan Chase whistle-blower.
The Federal Reserve have asked some currency traders under investigation for foreign-exchange manipulation to waive the deadline for civil actions against them, according to two people with knowledge of the situation.
UBS and Credit Agricole have been deemed by regulators as less important to the global financial system than a year ago and will not have to hold as much extra capital as previously forecast.
Bank of America cut its reported profit by $400 million for the third quarter, citing higher legal costs associated with an ongoing, multi-bank probe over alleged manipulation of foreign currency markets.
German insurer Allianz raised its dividend and promised to keep the cash flowing after unveiling a forecast-beating jump in net profit in Q3.
One trader is placing a big speculative bet on energy stocks - and he's found a very clever way to do it.
Even guys who had to bear the weight of the world on their shoulders can laugh a little, too.
For the first time in the twelve year history of the UK Charity of the Year initiative at Credit Suisse UK, £1 million has been raised for their 2014 partner, Parkinson’s UK.
Her voice was at times steady and deliberate, at times quivering and incomprehensible.
'That’s in line with the strategy.'
Citigroup joined U.S. rivals in signaling another dismal start to the trading year, spurring a slide in Wall Street bank stocks.
Credit Agricole plans to boost annual profit to more than $4.6bn in 2019 by cutting costs and speeding growth in insurance and asset management.
A number of leading investors in Barclays are to demand showdown talks with the bank's top independent director over its shock decision to slash its dividend for the next two years.