The lunatics have taken over the asylum.
London bankers are increasingly being banned for life for breaking market abuse rules by a regulator that is trying to burnish its image as a tougher watchdog.
It’s 9 a.m. on a Friday in June, and for a drill at Legg Mason Inc.’s Baltimore headquarters, Greece has quit the euro.
Renaissance Capital, the leading emerging markets investment bank, has hired four Managing Directors for its Equity Products Group (EPG), serving the Firm’s distribution hubs in New York, London and Moscow.
The Financial Services Authority has been accused by a leading campaign group of lobbying on behalf of the City firms which it is supposed to regulate.
The eurozone crisis poses a greater threat to developing economies than the 2008 financial crisis and is already having a negative impact on trade finance and remittances, according to the World Bank.
The eurozone crisis could continue for years, forcing Britain to look outside a stagnant euro area for fresh export markets and economic salvation in the emerging economies, David Cameron has said.
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This guy just bet the house.
On Friday's 'Weird Wall Street' Andrew Frankenberger talks about how being a former derivatives trader has helped make him a better poker player.
Citigroup reported quarterly earnings that beat analysts' expectations on Thursday.
Eurostar’s revenues fell in the first quarter of 2015 as ticket sales faltered after the Paris terror attacks and disruption from a fire in the Channel tunnel.
Bank of America said on Wednesday that first-quarter profit and revenue fell in its Global Wealth and Investment Management division from a year earlier on lower commission income and higher expenses.