Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke has warned that the recovery in the job market remained fragile – but said he believed cyclical, not structural, problems were to blame.
In case you missed them, here's last week's top stories.
It's great to be back in the big time - especially if you've never really been away!
Kai Herbert, a Switzerland-based currency trader, has been busy suing JPMorgan for about $920,000 over an employment contract dispute. And the verdict's in.
'A little local difficulty' is probably how Corzine would describe it.
The best laid plans...........
Bloomberg reports that the fight over the Volcker rule is shifting in Wall Street’s favor.
Bloomberg reports that, according to U.S. regulators, Wells Fargo has failed to hand over documents demanded in U.S. subpoenas and should now be forced to cooperate with a probe into its sale of almost $60bn in residential mortgage-backed securities.
It ain't looking good.
By David Bermingham
Britons enter the five-week election campaign more upbeat about the economy than at any time in almost 13 years, according to the latest snapshot of confidence from the polling organisation Gfk.
One of the highest paid bankers at Royal Bank of Scotland is leaving just weeks after being promoted to oversee the structuring of its investment banking arm.
Lynn Tilton, one of the richest self-made women in America, has vowed to fight fraud charges brought by the SEC, calling it a battle between "good and evil."