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Nomura Holdings has cut pay for its top executives by 18% to the lowest level in three years after profit at Japan’s biggest brokerage slumped and losses abroad swelled.
Ex-Deutsche Bank trader Christian Bittar is fighting to press on with a lawsuit against the U.K. regulator over its portrayal of his conduct in relation to benchmark rigging, despite facing criminal charges.
The US Commodity Futures Trading Commission is settling charges against the bank for attempted manipulation and false reporting.
HSBC is set to appoint a new boss for its boardroom pay committee as current chair Sam Laidlaw is set to step down from the bank's board as early as next year.
Rex Tillerson, the boss of oil giant ExxonMobil, said cutting oil production was “not acceptable for humanity” as he fought off shareholders’ and activists’ attempts to force the company to fully acknowledge the impact of climate change on the environment and Exxon’s future profits.
As thousands of low-wage workers plan to protest at McDonald’s annual shareholder meeting in Chicago on Thursday the company’s former US boss has warned them: if the minimum wage goes up, McDonald’s is likely to replace them with robots.
Rich Ricci, the former head of Barclays investment banking and right-hand man of Bob Diamond, has warned that fintech startups will snatch market share from established financial institutions and change the landscape of banking.
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The dramatic collapse in the pound overnight is being scrutinised by the Bank of England amid suggestions that a “fat finger” error or computer-generated trade was behind the slide in sterling to a new 31-year low.
JPMorgan's David Kelly says the economy is strong enough to withstand a hike.
Philip Hammond has ruled out a “splurge” in public spending to support the economy in next month’s autumn statement and said that any help to boost demand would be on only small projects that deliver productivity improvements.