The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has trimmed its expected global growth forecasts for 2015 again and has warned that downside risks to the global economy appear "more pronounced."
Ryanair has called on Google to take action to protect customers from booking flights with the airline at inflated prices on websites that it claims are masquerading as its own.
His worst moment in the Grand Daddy of all financial panics in 2008.
As part of a plan to lift profitability and capital levels.
Deutsche Bank has appointed Chris Towery to lead the bank’s chemical team for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, according to people with knowledge of the situation.
A former Swiss banker who pleaded guilty to aiding Americans hide money from U.S. tax authorities was sentenced to five years probation and fined $150,000 in a West Palm Beach federal court on Monday, his lawyer said.
New York's banking regulator has questioned dozens of traders and executives at Credit Suisse, Barclays, Deutsche Bank and other banks about whether their electronic foreign exchange trading platforms were rigged, according to a person familiar with the matter.
The U.S. Supreme Court let stand a major insider-trading ruling that threatens at least 10 convictions and creates what the Obama administration calls a road map for securities fraud.
Part of the future of Glencore and others in the commodities sector boils down to how willing banks are to keep holding risk.
Volkswagen staff have been warned that all the company’s investments are under review as the carmaker faces a multibillion-euro bill from the diesel emissions scandal that has rocked the automotive industry.
Deutsche Bank is looking to grow its wealth management business in the Asia-Pacific region, hiring staff as it tries to attract a new category of clients with assets of less than $20m.
Barclays said it’s letting staff in the U.S. take more time off after having a baby, following a trend on Wall Street to try and make it easier for bankers to “successfully integrate” their professional and personal lives.
The idea that Barclays executives weren’t aware of Libor-rigging is like being on a “nudist beach” and failing to realise people are naked, a lawyer for a former trader on trial for benchmark manipulation told jurors.