WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Congressional Oversight Panel, which was established by Congress in late 2008 to oversee the $700 billion Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), today released its 30th and final oversight report.
CNN reports that Japan's emperor addressed the nation Wednesday - a rare event that only occurs in times of war or national crisis.
Remember those employees over at US market regulator The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) who were investigated for downloading porn on their work computers ?
Carsten Kengeter, the CEO of the investment bank.
Japan's Prime Minister Naoto Kan has urged people within 18 miles of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear-power complex, which is 150 miles north of Tokyo, to remain indoors, as the country comes to terms with what appears to be the world's biggest nuclear disaster since Chernobyl in 1986.
Satellite's have been busy snapping away at Japan since Friday's devastating earthquake and subsequent tsunami. These released images show neighbourhoods, farms and nuclear power plants all swept away, or heavily damaged.
The Devil is in the detail, some say. While others claim that there's a devil in JPMorgan Chase's Park Avenue HQ building which needed to be exorcised.
Deutsche Bank looks to be ready to bet the bank.
Another day, another silly banker.
Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank are reviewing junior bankers’ pay in the latest move by investment banks to boost salaries following public and regulatory pressure to reduce lavish bonuses.
Under new CEO Michael Corbat, the face value of Citigroup’s derivatives has increased 17%, to $64.8tril.
Even JPMorgan, a Wall Street winner since the financial crisis and now the world’s biggest investment bank, is considering shrinking some trading businesses because new rules make them less profitable.