For the first time since the 2008 financial crisis the ratings agency Moody's regards the outlook for the banking sector as being on a stable footing.
Banks are going to have a "pretty tough" time logging a 15th-straight quarter of higher year-over-year earnings, banking analyst Dick Bove tells CNBC.
New criminal sanctions targeting reckless misconduct by senior bankers will not help to promote economic growth or guarantee a systemic improvement in banking standards, warns the Law Society of England and Wales.
An investigation by New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, which on Monday forced Thomson Reuters to suspend its practice of releasing market moving data early to paying clients, extends well beyond Thomson Reuters, CNBC has learned.
A letter from leading French chief executives accusing François Hollande of destroying the country's economy comes as Nicolas Sarkozy emerges on to the political scene once more.
Shell always appoints its chief executives from inside, so nobody should be surprised it has done so again.
"Compelling industrial logic" sounds like the sort of quality that ought to survive a detour via the Competition Commission.
The British sugar giant Tate & Lyle has imported large volumes of sugar from Cambodia through a supplier that is accused of using child labour and being complicit in expropriating land and inflicting violence on local people.
Britain will grow faster this year than previously expected according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), in the first major upgrade of the UK's economic outlook for almost three years.
The International Monetary Fund downgraded its global growth outlook for 2013 on Tuesday, and warned of three "new risks" that threaten to derail the global economic recovery.
Francois Villeroy de Galhau, the former BNP Paribas executive who was nominated on Tuesday to run the Bank of France, will now have to fend off questions about conflicts of interest.
British lawmakers challenged public officials on Thursday over whether they had allowed more than $3.1bn of government shares in Royal Bank of Scotland to be sold too cheaply last month.
Times are changing, and emojis are everywhere.