Here Is The City's readership has spoken.
Warren Buffett co-hosted Bloomberg TV’s 'In the Loop' with Betty Liu last week, where he discussed the U.S. economy, JPMorgan, Wells Fargo, Bank of America and other Berkshire Hathaway holdings.
And it's not Barclays.
Barclays has promised key executives and clients that it will protect its investment bank, despite the reputational damage caused by the Libor- rigging scandal and the resignation of the Chief Executive, Bob Diamond.
JPMorgan’s claim that it found possible employee intent to misprice trades in a unit that lost $5.8bn may put distance between management and any wrongdoers while providing a road map for U.S. investigators.
Libor investigations on both sides of the Atlantic intensified as Barclays traders could face possible U.S. charges by September and British lawmakers may use hearings this week to expand their inquiry to other banks tied to the global financial scandal.
Citigroup CEO Vikram Pandit was quoted as saying on Sunday that Britain's plans to separate retail and investment banks were unnecessary as a series of measures to safeguard against failed banks was already being put in place.
Deutsche Bank may escape with a lighter penalty than other banks in Europe if investigators impose fines in the wake of an interest rate-rigging scandal, two sources familiar with the bank told Reuters on Sunday.
The Goldman Sachs Global Economics Research Team within Global Investment Research has published 'The Olympics and Economics 2012'.
'Some of my most vivid memories have to do with layoffs. You can be fired and literally out of the door in less than five minutes'.
Germany’s Deutsche Bank has been fined a record $2.5bn (£1.7bn) for rigging Libor, a benchmark rate that some of the world’s leading banks charge each other for short-term loans.
Barclays shareholders have called on the bank’s new chairman, John McFarlane, to live up to his fearsome reputation by carrying out a ruthless overhaul.
What mild-mannered manipulators they were at Deutsche Bank.