Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman sat down with Bloomberg Television's Erik Schatzker at Columbia Business School Friday.
HSBC said third-quarter pre-tax profit rose 30% as the bank cut costs and focused on its most lucrative markets.
Britain's business lobby group will set out its "unequivocal" support for Britain staying in the European Union on Monday, claiming that membership brings each household some £3,000 a year.
Britain's recovery will accelerate over the coming months and into the new year after a strong rise in business confidence, according to two surveys of company bosses.
Barclays has suspended six traders in connection with foreign exchange trading, sources with knowledge of the situation told CNBC.
Documents settling the landmark insider-trading case against SAC Capital are expected to be signed Monday, said someone familiar with the matter.
The chief executive of Commerzbank said Germany's second largest lender should not remain independent at all costs, a German newspaper reported.
On a long, thin sliver of land between the railway tracks in King's Cross, where rusting gasometers and soot-caked sheds once stood, a multi-storey pleasure palace will soon rise out of the ground.
A global investigation into allegations of manipulation in the £3tn-a-day currency markets appeared to be deepening with more banks admitting they were co-operating with regulators and Barclays suspending six of its traders.
Nasdaq OMX halted trading on the Nasdaq Options Market after a "significant increase" in orders flooded the system, the exchange said in a statement.
'Accelerating the next phase of our transformation program to create cost efficiencies'.
Credit Suisse, the bank that unveiled a major shift in strategy last week to focus on wealth management over investment banking, plans to make acquisitions and invest about $400m in Switzerland in the next few years, CEO Tidjane Thiam and Chairman Urs Rohner said in interviews with local media.