London Stock Exchange is said to have chosen Morgan Stanley’s Andy Ross to run its new futures exchange, which is scheduled to go live before the end of June.
India's economy has overtaken China's to become the world's fastest growing large economy.
Next has been criticised by a group of heavyweight investors who say the company failed to act on a warning that could have prevented it from breaking company law, forcing the retail group to hold an expensive shareholder meeting this week.
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One banking chief has revealed he might not be receiving as hefty a bonus as he might be accustomed to this year.
George Osborne’s overhaul of the stamp duty tax regime has cost the taxpayer well over half a billion pounds in lost revenue last year, new research today reveals, as sales of high-end homes slowed and investors switched tactics to avoid paying huge premiums on purchases.
Auto giant Ford is planning a new assembly plant south of the U.S. border, the Wall Street Journal reported Sunday, and will sharply increase factory output from Mexico just months after signing a labor deal.
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HSBC has been fined $470m (£325m) for “abusive mortgage practices” in relation to the 2007-2009 housing crisis in which millions of people lost their homes.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced that RBC Capital Markets has agreed to a $2.5m settlement for causing materially false and misleading disclosures about its valuation analysis in a proxy statement for Rural/Metro Corporation’s sale in 2011 to a private equity firm.
Europe needs to see more banking mergers for the sector to be in position to become more profitable, Deutsche Bank Chief Executive John Cryan said on Wednesday, amid a report Germany's biggest lender had looked at No. 2 player Commerzbank.