Citigroup is stopping traders in its foreign exchange division from using internal chat groups on their Bloomberg terminals, in the latest sign of concern by banks over online security issues.
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JPMorgan has named Chris Ventresca and Hernan Cristerna as co-heads of global mergers and acquisitions.
The arrest of a former BlackRock fund manager may move the regulator from small-fry insider-trading cases to its first big fish after years of criticism for pursuing dentists and print-room workers.
CFTC Commissioner Bart Chilton told CNBC he believes his agency will be able to regulate the relationship between Bloomberg's trading business on its terminals and its news operation under a new rule up for consideration at the agency.
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Amazon is facing mounting questions over the extent of the business activities conducted out of Patriot Court, its headquarters in Slough, threatening to throw the group's controversial UK tax structure into disarray.
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The Bank of England is likely to keep interest rates on hold until the middle of next year rather than raising them sooner, following a gloomier outlook for the global economy, according to the economic forecaster CEBR.
A reputation for economic competence can be lost in a day and take a generation to win back. Ask the Conservatives.