The Bank of England deputy governor, Ben Broadbent, has said the whole country should be grateful that Mark Carney is staying on as governor until 2019.
The US economy added 161,000 jobs in October, the final jobs report before the election. The unemployment rate dipped to 4.9%.
New car sales in the UK continued to rise last month as strong growth in businesses buying company vehicles outweighed falling demand from private buyers for a seventh month.
Marks & Spencer is expected to announce the closure of up to 30 stores next week as part of an attempt to revive the British retailer.
There's a serious business lesson to be learned here about how to play your boss.
'I am deeply sorry to have left this mess for everyone'.
Here's a classic e-mail exchange between an analyst and an associate at a US investment bank. The analyst had apparently only been at the firm a few weeks.
Credit Suisse dropped the most in three months Thursday, after the bank reported a third-quarter profit sparked by one-time gains, while CEO Tidjane Thiam signaled that the outlook will remain challenging.
Goldman Sachs has settled a 2011 lawsuit claiming the investment bank fraudulently induced a bond insurer to guarantee payments on the doomed Abacus collateralized debt obligation ahead of the financial crisis.
China plans to implement sweeping curbs on overseas dealmaking by the nation’s companies, people with knowledge of the matter said, as a record outbound acquisition spree puts pressure on its currency to weaken.
Wells Fargo is trying to keep dozens of customers suing over bogus accounts opened by its employees out of court, saying they agreed to resolve any disputes in arbitration when they began doing business with the bank.
A forecast £60bn hit to the UK's finances would still represent a good deal for Brexit, according to former British Chambers of Commerce boss John Longworth.