Embattled German lender Deutsche Bank saw some respite from recent selling on Wednesday after a slew of news helped the stock to push off record lows.
The UK has surged to seventh place in a highly-influential ranking of the world’s most competitive economies.
The misery for Deutsche Bank continued this morning as shares continued to slide to fresh record lows.
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Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf stands to walk from the bank with $123.6m in severance and stock value if he retires from the bank, which is still reeling from a scandal where hundreds of thousands of accounts were inappropriately opened for customers.
A bubble in the bond market is nearing a “dangerous situation” as asset-buying programs by central banks keep pushing up prices, Aberdeen Asset Management Chief Executive Officer Martin Gilbert said.
Richard Perry, one of the biggest names in hedge funds, is calling it quits after 28 years.
Bank of America agreed to pay a total of $15.5m in fines to settle charges by U.S. regulators and exchanges that lapses in its Merrill Lynch unit's risk controls disrupted trading in 15 stocks, leading to "mini-flash crashes."
London now has the second most over-valued property market in the world, beaten only by Vancouver in Canada, according to a new “Bubble index” compiled by Swiss bank UBS.
It’s a tough market.
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The U.K. Serious Fraud Office said it had finishing re-interviewing suspects for its probe into Barclays’ 2008 Qatar fundraising, and expects to make a decision on whether to file criminal charges early next year.
Point72 is looking to double its Singapore headcount from 27 as it looks at Asia's "untapped" markets.