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.
Jury foreman Richard Lepkowski didn’t want to convict Rajat Gupta of insider trading. To him and other jurors, Gupta had lived a 'story-book life' and 'the American dream', he said.
Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District announced that Rajat Gupta, former corporate chairman of an international consulting firm, and a member of the Boards of Directors of Goldman Sachs and the Procter & Gamble, was found guilty Friday by a jury in Manhattan federal court of conspiracy and securities fraud crimes stemming from his involvement in an insider trading scheme with his business partner and friend, Raj Rajaratnam, the founder and former head of the Galleon Group.
The Serious Fraud Office has abandoned its investigation into Mayfair property tycoon Vincent Tchenguiz 15 months after investigators raided his home and offices using a flawed search warrant as part of the SFO's biggest probe in almost a decade.
To understand all the fuss about a potential Greek exit from the eurozone, think about the impact that it would have the banking system alone.
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BP and Rio Tinto, two of the largest companies on the London Stock Exchange, will come under fire on Thursday over their environmental record at their annual meetings.
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.