As the market sorts out who will benefit and who will not during a Donald Trump administration, count one in the winner's bracket: Banks.
Donald Trump’s victory in the US presidential elections will have implications for the whole global economy.
They say the bookie always wins, but not on Tuesday night.
Tata Steel has been lambasted for considering closing its UK pension scheme before making a £60m payment scheduled for next year.
We thought it would be interesting to republish something we first posted a few years ago about the impact of not making the grade at Partner Managing Director level over at Goldman Sachs.
It's Goldman partner time.
There's apparently an easy way to tell who the partners are over at Goldman Sachs.
Here's a note of 5 things you should never do during an exit interview:
So gold up, government bond yields down, dollar weaker, stock markets flat/ down – in a word or two (or three), though, volatility is up!
The news of Donald Trump's victory is spreading across the world.
Two men have pleaded guilty Wednesday as part of the City watchdog's investigation into insider dealing of Logica shares.
Maxime Kahn, the former Societe Generale official who helped unravel the wreckage left by convicted rogue trader Jerome Kerviel, is preparing to start his own hedge fund to bet on rising and falling share prices.
As we come to the end of November, Thomson Reuters looks at how investment banking fees so far this year compare to previous years. Highlights follow below: