Some of the biggest names on Wall Street are quietly preparing to do battle over elections this year.
James Gorman, the CEO of Morgan Stanley, gave away nearly $1m worth of stock he owned in the bank last week.
Deutsche Bank is considering John Cryan, the former finance chief of UBS, as a potential replacement for co-Chief Executive Anshu Jain should he be implicated in an ongoing investigation into currency manipulation, a German magazine reported on Wednesday.
Following the Facebook/WhatsApp announcement, Tech M&A has hit $42.4bn YTD, the highest level since the dot-com boom.
Nigeria's president on Thursday suspended the governor of the country's central bank for "financial misconduct" and said his tenure was "characterised by various acts of financial recklessness"
Bank of New York Mellon plans to expand its Hong Kong office to include securities broking this year as it seeks to tap Asian demand for U.S. bonds and stocks.
Deutsche Bank announced Thursday that it has reached a settlement with Kirch Group to conclude all legal disputes between the two parties.
Another currency trader at Royal Bank of Scotland has been suspended as regulators around the world continue their investigation into potential rigging of the £3tn a day foreign exchange market.
There is an old City adage about one occurrence being a fluke, two a coincidence and three a trend. If the platitude is true, the financial markets can feel fairly confident of at least one thing at present: they are seeing a consistent pattern.
A senior bitcoin developer has declared the cryptocurrency a failed experiment, blaming the end of the currency on the refusal of the community to adopt new standards which would allow it to grow consistently while maintaining stability.
The average house price in the UK has risen by 300 per cent and is now almost £200,000 higher than it was 20 years ago, according to upmarket estate agent Savills.
BlackRock chief Larry Fink responds to critics of exchange-traded funds, and makes his case for why ETFs are safer than mutual funds.