Credit Suisse promoted Brian Chin to chief executive officer of its global markets unit, putting him in charge of the securities business that blindsided CEO Tidjane Thiam with losses this year.
Block Event, an Australian equity-trading venue run by a former Credit Suisse trader, will expand a business that combines the attributes of a dark pool and a sales desk into Hong Kong and Japan by the end of the year.
Morgan Stanley and C Suisse have followed Goldman Sachs in predicting the U.K. economy will prove stronger than economists anticipated in the immediate aftermath of the vote to leave the European Union.
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London scored especially well on intellectual capital and innovation and indicators of economic clout, according to a new PwC analysis.
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Rumblings from China's State Council have indicated more policy loosening was on the way on the mainland, Goldman Sachs said.
U.S. stocks closed higher Tuesday, led by energy, as Wall Street despite shockingly weak economic data while keeping an eye on oil prices.
City passporting rights must become the government's first priority following Brexit, according to an influential think tank, which also argues that London can remain Europe's leading financial services centre.
The EU’s ethics watchdog is to look into the former European commission president José Manuel Barroso’s new job with Goldman Sachs, which includes advising the investment bank and its clients on Brexit.
Philip Hammond has ruled out a “splurge” in public spending to support the economy in next month’s autumn statement and said that any help to boost demand would be on only small projects that deliver productivity improvements.
The US economy added only 156,000 jobs in September, the US Department of Labor announced on Friday, a figure likely to be seized on as the presidential race enters its final stretch. The unemployment rate was 5%, up from 4.9% in August.
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