Nomura Holdings Inc.’s credit rating was raised by Moody’s Investors Service for the first time since November 2005 amid improved profitability at Japan’s biggest brokerage.
UBS is tightening its rules on how employees can trade securities for personal accounts, telling staffers it wants to prevent potential abuses.
The FBI believes ETrade observed cybersecurity activity related to this summer's JPMorgan Chase data breach, a source tells CNBC.
Britain’s biggest property website has rebuffed claims that the housing market is heading for a slowdown, with a forecast that prices will soar by 30% over the next five years to average £318,000 in England and Wales and more than £715,000 in London.
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke took the stand in the American International Group bailout trial Thursday afternoon appearing slightly combative and vaguely annoyed at having to testify.
With oil plunging to multiyear lows and global worries sending the stock market tumbling, oil and gas entrepreneur T. Boone Pickens said now is not the time for alarm.
George Osborne has said the eurozone risks slipping back into a crisis with negative consequences for the British economy.
The environment for mergers and acquisitions is as strong as it's ever been, a top JPMorgan Chase banker with nearly 40 years of experience on Wall Street told CNBC on Thursday.
He wants a $10,000 raise for all employees at the firm.
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The Bank of England has kept the UK base interest rate at its historic low of 0.5% despite a steep fall in the value of sterling linked to the EU referendum, which policymakers said was likely to exert upward pressure on inflation.
Tom Hayes, the former trader jailed for rigging Libor, told a London court that UBS’s bonus structure was "an enigma wrapped in a riddle" as he fights a bid by prosecutors to seize his assets.
Wells Fargo left Chief Executive Officer John Stumpf’s compensation for 2015 unchanged at $19.3m.