A lawsuit has been filed in the US District Court in Manhattan against Citigroup by five former and one current employee who claim that the firm 'systemically discriminates' against women when it comes to pay, promotions and the selection criteria for layoffs.
JPMorgan Chase put in a decent performance in the third-quarter, as its retail financial services and card division put in some good numbers and credit losses were lower. Investment banking revenues, however, were under pressure.
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In a 'Transparency' report to shareholders, UBS has published a review of the events in connection with the losses incurred during the financial market crisis and the problems in relation to the cross-border US wealth management business.
Fees for global investment banking services, from M&A advisory to capital markets underwriting, totalled $57.7bn for the first nine months of 2010, a 9% increase over last year at this time.
The Financial Times reports that BNP Paribas plans to add over 200 staff to beef up its cash equities unit in the next 3 - 5 years.
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Business confidence has fallen for another quarter as companies become more cautious about their prospects in the year ahead, according to a survey by a leading accountancy body.
Greece and Germany are on a collision course.
BP will on Tuesday unveil plans to slash billions of pounds off its capital spending programme in a bid to counter the impact of plunging oil prices and a 40% fall in its fourth quarter profits.