House prices have fallen for the first time in 17 months, dropping by 0.2% in September and providing new evidence that the property market is cooling, according to the latest update from the UK’s biggest building society.
Vince Cable is preparing to launch a review into the lack of ethnic minority directors in Britain’s boardrooms, in a move that closely mirrors the work undertaken by Lord Davies to increase the number of female directors.
'Conditions remain challenging'.
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Eric Cantor sat in his Washington office in June after one of the biggest upsets in congressional history, getting encouragement from JPMorgan Chase’s Jamie Dimon, head of the largest U.S. bank.
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Banks will probably generate more reliable profits, though not at the high levels preceding 2008’s crisis, as firms adapt to new rules and pressure to cut risk, Citigroup Inc. Chief Executive Officer Michael Corbat said.
SEC charges Bank of America with securities laws violations in connection with regulatory capital overstatements.
After the spectacular blowup and exit at Pimco, a lot of people say Bill Gross is crazy.
Two former Wells Fargo employees charged with insider trading in advance of research reports containing ratings changes.
The sell-off in risk assets across the globe will only abate if the U.S. Federal Reserve changes its path, according to strategists at Deutsche Bank.
Banking experts have questioned Sir John Vickers’s claims that the Bank of England is not doing enough to shore up the British banking industry, saying more capital requirements for lenders would hurt the real economy.