Here's a few links to some interesting Bloomberg stories currently doing the rounds.
There were two sharp manoeuvres by George Osborne as he broadly endorsed the Vickers proposals on Monday.
Washington - The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged a longtime Bernie Madoff employee with falsifying books and records in order to hide Madoff’s fraudulent investment advisory operations from regulators.
Kingston University’s student team finished first out of 20 teams competing in the University Trading Challenge in London on December 2nd, 2011. The Kingston Team was part of the 80 students that participated in a financial trading completion that started November 4th and concluded at the final day event hosted at Coventry University’s London Campus.
If this firm's executives are getting the message out to manage employee year-end bonus expectations, then it's working!
Here's Thomson Reuters preliminary M&A top 10 rankings for worldwide, and any US and European involvement.
San Francisco - The partners at private equity firm Hellman & Friedman announce with great sadness the passing of our founder Warren Hellman, 77, due to complications associated with leukemia.
Washington - Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) has taken important actions to protect investors from fraudulent schemes, products and practices, and to bring new levels of transparency to financial markets.
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Britain will go a whole parliament without an increase in interest rates for the first time since the immediate aftermath of the second world war, after the Bank of England left official borrowing costs on hold.
Julius Baer jumped Wednesday to the highest since it began trading in its current form more than five years ago, amid speculation that Credit Suisse is interested in buying the private bank.
The Federal Reserve said on Wednesday that growth in the US economy had slowed and officials were divided on whether to raise interest rates for the first time since the global recession.