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In just six months, Standard & Poor’s AAA blessing for a slice of a $1.5n collateralized debt obligation cost Citigroup its $15m investment.
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Gabriel Roberts, who led global credit-index trading at Citigroup, is joining Saba Capital Management LP, the $5.3bn hedge fund founded by Boaz Weinstein, said people with knowledge of the moves.
Citigroup CFO John Gerspach said the bank’s securities unit did well in January and that activity in trading and banking businesses looks similar to how last year began.
BNP Paribas said it would kick off a three-year plan designed to save 2 billion euros ($2.69 billion) in costs annually after its fourth-quarter profits were hit by Europe's low-growth economic environment.
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Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein spoke with Bloomberg TV's Stephanie Ruhle at the company's technology conference in San Francisco today.
Starbucks chief executive Howard Schultz on Monday launched a plan for more than a dozen big US businesses to hire 100,000 young unemployed people by 2018.
Tom Hayes told a London court Monday that he was suicidal and depressed two years ago when he admitted to prosecutors that he was behind a scheme to rig Libor rates.
Sacked Barclays chief executive Antony Jenkins will walk away with about £28m [$43.5m] in cash and shares despite failing to turn around the troubled bank.