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The foreign exchange (FX) market is a 'wild west' open to rigging, but regulators are becoming sharper as the spotlight is turned on the sector, the vice president of NASDAQ stock exchange's market surveillance team told CNBC.
Mizuho Financial Group's loan scandal deepened after the Japanese bank said a former top executive knew it was lending money to crime groups.
The largest banks on Wall Street are teaming up to join a network that could challenge an important part of Bloomberg’s terminal business.
U.K. fraud prosecutors’ will announce significant developments next year in a probe into fees paid by Barclays to Qatar’s sovereign-wealth fund for a 2008 fundraising that helped the bank avoid a bailout.
JPMorgan Chase has announced it has appointed Dana Deasy as the company's new Chief Information Officer (CIO), effective in December.
The restructuring of Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena (BMPS) presents a "demanding challenge" for the bank over the next few years but it is essential if the bank is to continue to operate independently, the Italian lender's chief executive Fabrizio Viola told CNBC on Tuesday.
Goldman Sachs has announced that Robert B. Zoellick, former president of the World Bank Group, will serve as chairman of Goldman Sachs’ international advisors.
Facebook paid no corporation tax in Britain last year, according to its latest accounts, despite taking an estimated £223m share of the digital advertising market.
The shakeout in emerging markets may have claimed the scalp of one of Wall Street's most successful investors, a report said on Saturday.
The European Central Bank is expected to hint at fresh stimulus measures to ward off the threat of deflation when it holds its next monetary policy meeting on Thursday.
The importance of China to the global financial system is to be illustrated again on Monday as the world’s second-largest economy releases its estimate of third-quarter gross domestic product.