Harriet Tubman, the anti-slavery campaigner, is set to appear on the front of the $20 bill, becoming the first woman to be the face of a bill of US currency.
The City of London Corporation has sounded another warning over Brexit, this time regarding its impact on the City's role as an international financial centre.
A Bank of England policymaker has admitted he got it wrong when predicting a significant pickup in wages, prompting him to abandon his call for a rise in interest rates.
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Nick Taylor, BNP Paribas’s head of credit trading for central and eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa, is leaving the bank, according to a person with knowledge of the matter.
When it comes to the lucrative business of advising corporations on buying rivals or selling themselves, it pays to be the leader.
The black box within Goldman Sachs blew a fuse on Tuesday.
UBS boosted its recommended allocation to hedge funds for the second time in as many years, saying that the strategy will provide stability amid volatile markets.
Goldman Sachs, the worst performer in the Dow Jones Industrial Average this year, climbed Tuesday after blunting a plunge in first-quarter revenue by cutting costs deeper than analysts predicted and vowing to do more if needed.
Goldman Sachs told state regulators it plans to cut 15 jobs in New York before the end of this year.
Credit Suisse’s profitability targets for the Swiss unit, earmarked for a partial initial public offering in 2017, may be too ambitious, according to the heads of some of Switzerland’s largest consumer banks.
Singapore’s private banks are coming under scrutiny for earning bonuses by selling risky debt, as the city sees an unprecedented wave of defaults. The central bank says an industry group is reviewing the practice.