Deutsche Bank's investors are not the only ones who want a swift settlement on the US Department of Justice fine, as German officials have today spoken out calling for a deal to be done.
These asset managers have reduced fees and waived commissions to attract more investors who want rock-bottom prices for funds that track the market.
Barclays has agreed to sell a portfolio of salary secured loans, worth around £260m, in Italy to IBL Banca.
France's President Francois Hollande has accused the US of double standards in throwing multi-billion euro fines at European banks while complaining about European Commission investigations into US companies.
A string of senior Conservatives warned Theresa May’s Brexit strategy is risking the health of the economy in a parliamentary debate, during which the pound dropped to its lowest ever level against a basket of currencies.
A brief rally in the pound was quickly reversed on Wednesday after the government refused to make tariff-free access to the European Union’s single market a red line in Brexit negotiations with Brussels.
The Federal Reserve’s decision not to increase rates in September was a close call, the minutes released on Wednesday show.
Tim Sloan was elected Wells Fargo's new CEO late Wednesday after former CEO John Stumpf retired.
The embattled boss of Wells Fargo, John Stumpf has quit his post, effective immediately.
John Stumpf still needs to do more to make reparations, Sen. Elizabeth Warren tweeted on Wednesday.
A former UBS trader is pushing the financial watchdog to reveal the details of its investigation into the bank during the Libor scandal, in a bid to have his ban from the City reversed.
The deliberations are at an early stage.
Uncertainty about the size of the penalty that Deutsche Bank faces from the US authorities for a misselling scandal a decade ago has knocked almost 4% off the share price of Germany’s biggest bank.
Shares of Deutsche Bank erased losses in New York trade following reports that raised speculation around Qatar increasing its stake in the lender.
Seven games into the Premier League season and there are only four noughts left in the overall table.
Coupa Software capped off a big three-week stretch for tech IPOs, lifting investor hopes that the 2016 slowdown is in the rearview mirror.
The European Union has slapped tariffs of up to 73.7% on Chinese steel after manufacturers were forced to cut jobs due falling prices and demand for the material amid an influx of cheap imports from Asia.
The dramatic collapse in the pound overnight is being scrutinised by the Bank of England amid suggestions that a “fat finger” error or computer-generated trade was behind the slide in sterling to a new 31-year low.
World finance leaders pledged to use more resources to try to bolster economic gains amid slow growth and a rising backlash against globalization.
JPMorgan is in talks to sell its stake in a Chinese investment-banking joint venture, a sign that foreign banks are getting frustrated with partnerships they can’t control.
French banks are weathering the negative interest rate storm better than their Eurozone rivals, thanks to healthier balance sheets and more sustainable business models.
Ideas for a regional visa system have been set out by the local authority for London’s financial district in an attempt to avoid staff shortages after the vote to leave the EU.