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Whether on Wall Street or Fleet Street, this is not a happy time for big banks
The banks working on the largest advertising merger in history will probably miss out on the bulk of $70m in fees after Publicis Groupe and Omnicom Group terminated talks on a combination.
What a difference three months make. As Mark Carney was gearing up in February for his third inflation report as Bank of England governor, life in his new city must have looked pretty overcast.
China's looming coronation as the world's largest economy, years ahead of schedule, is probably not particularly surprising in one sleepy corner of Oxfordshire.
The National Basketball Association has named Dick Parsons, the former chairman of Citigroup and former CEO of Time Warner, as the interim CEO of Los Angeles Clippers, effective immediately.
And it could lead to a credit boom and crash, former Pimco CEO Mohamed A. El-Erian told CNBC.
U.K. households are nearly £100,000 wealthier than a decade ago, according to a report by Lloyds Bank out on Saturday.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has requested information from Goldman Sachs, Barclays, Credit Suisse and other financial institutions about their use of dark pools, Dow Jones reported Friday.
Publicis CEO Maurice Levy has told CNBC that the decision to call off a $35 billion merger with U.S.-based Omnicom was "an issue of principle."
Regulators on Friday banned Point72 Asset Management's Steven Cohen from supervising hedge funds until 2018.
Happy new year, investors. US stocks have suffered their worst first week of the year since records began.
The FTSE 100 index fell again on Friday, finishing just under 6,000 to cap off a bad week, as concerns over the Chinese economy continued to weigh.