UBS is shutting its Australian wealth-management unit amid competition from local brokerages.
More than a year after Denmark’s ruling coalition split apart amid a clash over Goldman Sachs’s purchase of state assets, the case refuses to die.
Charter Communications confirmed Tuesday it would purchase Time Warner Cable for $55 billion in a deal that would merge the second and third biggest U.S. cable companies and create a larger rival to Comcast Corp .
Singapore's economy grew at a faster than expected pace in the first quarter than earlier thought, data showed on Tuesday.
The high-stakes game of brinkmanship between Greece and its creditors intensified on Monday after prime minister Alexis Tsipras convened an emergency meeting of his political negotiation team following a stark warning from Athens that default was looming.
Healthcare investment banker Jason Truman has left Morgan Stanley to join Barclays in New York, according to an internal memo from the British bank seen by Reuters.
The number of houses listed for sale for £2m or more on the UK’s main property websites has more than doubled in the two weeks since the Tories’ general election victory quelled fears of a mansion tax.
A former trader will become the first person to face a judge over allegations of conspiracy to rig the crucial Libor benchmark interest rate, when he goes on trial on Tuesday.
Currency traders accused of colluding to rig the pricing of South Africa’s rand, had a name for their group: ZAR Domination.
Nomura has declared a Trump presidency a major market risk, predicting turbulence ahead if the presumptive Republican nominee takes up residence in the White House.
The memo landed on a Sunday in November. It was 2007, and securities backed by subprime mortgages were roiling markets and imperiling banks. Merrill Lynch CEO Stan O’Neal had just resigned under pressure, and Citigroup CEO Chuck Prince was rumored to be on his way out.
More senior staff are expected to be on hand during the night.