The foreign-exchange trading business was in upheaval across Wall Street as senior executives resigned and others were fired amid an expanding probe of possible currency manipulation.
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New research into employee wellbeing in the financial sector.
Former executives at the Anglo Irish Bank broke company law and carried out lending practices that were "absolutely illegal", a Dublin court heard on Wednesday.
The UK boss of Handelsbanken – the Swedish bank lauded by the government as a challenger to Britain's big five – on Wednesday expressed his frustration that the Swedish-based bank's employee ownership scheme has fallen foul of the taxman.
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Morgan Stanley and JPMorgan agreed to pay $1.86bn to end U.S. accusations of misconduct in their handling of home loans and related securities that left taxpayers shouldering losses after the financial crisis.
The 2007 merger that created Bank of New York Mellon, the custody bank, failed to deliver higher profits as the company lags behind its biggest rivals, according to Mike Mayo, an analyst at CLSA.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged Standard Bank with failing to disclose certain payments in connection with debt issued by the Government of Tanzania in 2013.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway has endured a rough year, but traders see upside in some of the billionaire investor's holdings.
One of 2015's biggest stock bulls is forecasting only 4% return in the S&P 500 for 2016.