Bill Gross is here for his favourite doughnut, the cake one with coconut frosting, but he’s not going to get it, not today.
Three traders suing the U.K. Financial Conduct Authority over improper identification in bank settlement notices were given the green light by a London judge to proceed with their cases.
HSBC has hired Lilia Karboub from Deutsche Bank to trade credit-derivatives indexes in London, according to two people familiar with the matter.
The world is watching with bated breath as the Greek people consider how to vote in the country’s upcoming referendum.
China’s stock market slumped into bear market territory amid panicky trading on Monday, despite its central bank unexpectedly cutting interest rates over the weekend in an effort to stem the selling.
The list of firms mulling a London pullback grows.
Recruiters and hiring managers rely heavily on social media sites for prospective employees.
Bankers seeking to shield themselves from new rules allowing a decade’s worth of bonuses to be clawed back have been inundating lawyers with questions about putting assets beyond their employers’ reach.
Options expert Dan Nathan explains how one trader made $144,000 on Zoetis deal chatter in a matter of minutes.
Two of Abu Dhabi’s biggest banks are in talks to merge, in a move that would create the biggest bank in the Middle East.
Sir Philip Green is understood to have taken delivery of a new private jet, adding a £46m Gulfstream G650ER to a transport collection that includes a speedboat, a helicopter and three yachts.
The French economy minister, Emmanuel Macron, has warned that if the UK leaves the EU, it risks isolating itself as a tiny trading post on the edge of Europe, akin to the Channel island Guernsey.