Fresh evidence of subdued consumer spending and soft inflation in the US has bolstered expectations that the Federal Reserve will hold back from raising interest rates over the coming months.
Most British workers are spending longer at their workplace for little or no gain in productivity, according to a landmark study being released this week.
Boardroom pay will soon be back in the spotlight as this year’s annual general meeting season gets under way in the City.
Like Easter, the start to the buying season for househunters has come early this year. Mortgage approvals in February were 20% up on the same month in 2015.
Deutsche Bank is hiring about 100 people to boost its equities trading operations as it seeks to recover ground in an area seen as vital to its new strategy, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters.
Credit Suisse CEO Tidjane Thiam said he has total confidence in finance chief David Mathers and global markets head Tim O'Hara after large illiquid trading positions pushed the bank to accelerate its cost-cutting plan.
Barclays’ vice chairman for health care, Michael Hill, plans to retire this year, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
The U.S. Department of Justice unsealed indictments against seven Iranians Thursday in a long-running cyber attack against U.S. financial firms and the computer system controlling a dam in Rye, New York.
More bad news likely.
Connecticut police say a woman is believed to have killed herself on the property of Ducera Partners' founder Michael Kramer.
Handelsbanken announced Tuesday it was waving goodbye to group chief executive and president Frank Vang-Jensen.
Former Barclays bankers Jonathan Mathew, Alex Pabon and Jay Merchant have applied to appeal their convictions for Libor-rigging offences, which were handed down last month.
A leading investment bank expects UK shares to outperform over the rest of the year, as it sees no reason to fear the Brexit bounce is coming to an end.