Here's the latest Thomson Reuters Investment Banking Weekly Scorecard.
London's financial professionals recently donned their cycling shorts to raise over £20,000 for JDRF, the world's leading not-for-profit supporter of type 1 diabetes research.
Britain threatened to wield its EU veto for the second time in less than a year if eurozone leaders draw up a rescue plan for the single currency that threatens British interests in the European single market.
George Osborne should slow down his radical programme of financial reform or risk failure, the treasury select committee will warn on Friday.
The toxic effects of Greece's economic crisis appear poised to engulf Cyprus, with speculation mounting that it is just a matter of time before it, too, is forced to resort to the European Union for rescue.
Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke on Thursday stopped short of signalling any new action to help the fragile US economy, saying the recovery was continuing but warning of potential pitfalls ahead.
Nasdaq's chief executive has apologised for the stock market's handling of Facebook's initial public offering and outlined a plan to offer $40m in compensation.
A little respect is in order.
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The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged investment management company OppenheimerFunds Inc. and its sales and distribution arm with making misleading statements about two of its mutual funds struggling in the midst of the credit crisis in late 2008.
Wall Street has changed. But perhaps not as much as you would think.
When global bond investors lost more than $400bn in one week this month, Koon Chow, a Union Bancaire Privee currency strategist, asked sales contacts at banks about the impact on foreign-exchange markets. He didn’t get much help.
Revenue from investment banking will tumble during the second quarter from a year earlier, according to a JPMorgan analysis of top firms.