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In its first earnings report as a member of the Dow 30, Goldman Sachs beat the Street, but only by taking a chainsaw to expenses.
A group of Singapore investors who lost money on $154.7m in credit-linked notes were allowed by a U.S. judge to pursue their lawsuit against Morgan Stanley as a group.
A unit of HSBC was hit on Thursday with a record $2.46bn final judgment in a U.S. securities class action lawsuit against a business formerly known as Household International.
The Financial Conduct Authority is ready to review new allegations about potential Libor-rigging by Barclays, the bank it fined £290m last year for manipulating the key interest rate.
The EU's financial services chief has defended the right to cap City bankers' lavish bonuses in the face of a legal challenge from Britain over new pay rules.
Industrials M&A Falls to Three-Year Low
Public relations minefield or move to greater transparency ? Companies and governments hosting question and answer sessions over the social media site Twitter have had their fair share of mishaps over the years, but that hasn't dissuaded the Bank of England (BoE).
One of Britain's most senior bankers has questioned the effectiveness of Mark Carney's policy of "forward guidance", which ties future interest-rate rises to the level of unemployment in the UK.
Amid a raft of legal actions that could ultimately halt his management of outside assets, SAC Capital founder Steve Cohen has slashed the size of his trading book, said people who work with him.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced that two UBS advisory firms have agreed to settle charges arising from their roles in failing to disclose a change in investment strategy by UBS Willow Fund LLC, a closed-end fund they advised.
Here's what Goldman, JPMorgan and Bank of America didn't say in their earnings reports, says analyst Dick Bove.
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