In the wake of Michael Lewis' "Flash Boys," there have been several hearings on equities trading. This one is a little different, though. Here's why.
The Libor-rigging scandal took a new twist on Monday when Lloyds Banking Group faced accusations of unlawful behaviour after being ordered pay compensation to the Bank of England for manipulating the fees it paid for emergency funding during the height of the banking crisis.
JPMorgan found the perfect suitor for a big book of loans it had made around the world but wanted to get rid of: Bain Capital.
The 'fist bump' - the greeting used by U.S. presidents, sports stars and rappers - has been given a clean bill of health, according to university scientists who released new research Monday showing that it could be more hygienic than the formal and business-like handshake.
His current net worth is $33.3bn.
What’s white, male, straight, and occasionally hangs out with Asian guys? Silicon Valley.
Goldman Sachs is spearheading an effort among Wall Street's leading banks to develop a chat tool called 'Babble' that could replace the instant messaging service on Bloomberg's ubiquitous terminals.
A former Bank of America derivatives trader who pleaded guilty to conspiring to falsify documents was spared prison on Friday after spending years helping the government probe bid-rigging in the $3.7tril municipal bond market.
A former middle manager at Citigroup's Banamex unit in Mexico denied he was involved in abetting a corporate loan fraud involving oil pipeline maintenance company Oceanografia.
HSBC, Deutsche Bank and the Bank of Nova Scotia have been accused of attempting to rig the price of silver in the latest price fixing scandal to rock the banking industry.
Morgan Stanley has scaled back a group that invests in financial technology on behalf on the bank's equities division, according to people familiar with the matter.
CONFIDENCE in the UK housing market remains strong, despite growing concerns over the wider economy, according to new research today.
The Bank of Japan blindsided global financial markets Friday by adopting negative interest rates for the first time ever, buckling under pressure to revive growth in the world's third-largest economy.