The British trader accused of contributing to the 2010 flash crash is making another attempt to reduce his $7.8m bail after spending the last three months in jail.
Societe Generale’s head of structured products for the Americas is shifting to another role within the bank, and at least two other team members in the U.S. are leaving amid a reorganization.
Three officials from the bank that almost bankrupted Ireland have become the first bankers to be jailed for offences related to the Republic’s financial crash.
Central banks in the Western world have set the scene for an "even bigger version" of the 2007-2008 global financial crisis, Societe Generale's bearish strategist Albert Edwards has claimed.
Often it's the 'don'ts' rather than the 'do's' that separate successful businesses from failures.
Chevron delivered quarterly earnings that fell well short of analysts' expectations on Friday.
The International Monetary Fund will refuse to participate in a new bailout for Greece until there is an “explicit and concrete agreement” on debt relief from the country’s eurozone creditors, an IMF official has confirmed.
Deutsche Bank's profits are 'not nearly good enough, the bank's new CEO told staff as he unveiled his first set of financial results.
BNP Paribas reported a net profit of 2.55 billion euros ($2.79 billion) in the second quarter, versus a loss of 4.21 billion euros last year.
The vote to leave the EU has exposed divisions in society that mean reform of executive pay at big companies is urgently required, according to one of the UK’s top fund managers.
The governor of the Bank of England is to use a speech on Thursday to try to calm fears that Britain’s financial system could experience a heart-stopping shock following last week’s vote to leave the EU.
Leading London-listed shares have recorded their biggest daily rise since October 2011, regaining all their losses and more since the Brexit vote, with nearly £60bn added to the value of Britain’s top 100 companies.