European Union lawmakers are poised to approve some of the toughest restrictions in the world on high-frequency trading, the first crackdown in the aftermath of Michael Lewis’s latest book, 'Flash Boys'.
More than two months after Pacific Investment Management Co.’s former Chief Executive Officer Mohamed El-Erian announced his resignation from the world’s biggest bond manager, Bill Gross is still looking for a reason.
Sellers are attempting to cash in on a buoyant housing market by raising average asking prices in some London boroughs by more than 7% in a month, according to property website Rightmove.
First-quarter earnings looked very different for two of Wall Street's biggest banks. For Wells Fargo, the news was good. For JPMorgan, not so much.
Looking back, it was easy to see that the crash was coming.
Debt markets think the euro zone debt crisis is over and are "underpricing" the risks, Axel Weber, former head of the Bundesbank, has warned.
A garage in south London has become the most expensive ever sold in Britain, going for £550,000 at auction.
France was a ship at risk of sinking, the country's new finance minister told CNBC, adding that the country is now afloat but needs to speed up its engine to drive growth.
New documents show General Motors CEO Mary Barra was kept clearly in the loop about a recall issue involving steering problems on the Saturn Ion and other GM products.
Take this job and shove it-oh, and thanks for the $2,000.
Bank of America will post a $600m pretax writedown in the fourth quarter as it redeems $2bn of trust preferred securities tied to its 2009 acquisition of Merrill Lynch.
Barclays will pay more than $13.75m to settle U.S. regulatory charges that it let retail brokerage customers make unsuitable mutual fund transactions, including more than 6,100 fund switches, over a five-year period.
Swiss private bank Julius Baer said it has set aside nearly $200m in additional provisions to settle a U.S. criminal investigation that it helped wealthy American clients dodge taxes.