The former Sunderland striker grabbed a goal and an assist on Wednesday night as TFC beat the Impact 5-2 after extra time at BMO Field to win the Eastern Conference Championship 7-5 on aggregate.
Hedgies invested in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac unwrapped an early $12bn Christmas present from President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday.
Royal Bank of Scotland will probably deepen cuts at its investment bank and its Irish business to boost capital after flunking Bank of England stress tests, according to analysts.
Deutsche Bank says it will overhaul its U.S. headquarters at 60 Wall St. in lower Manhattan, with plans to knock out walls and open up space on the skyscraper’s middle floors.
Credit Suisse has frozen dozens of accounts as it tries to determine if U.S. clients are hiding money from the Internal Revenue Service after the firm pledged to come clean about secret assets, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Gilles Graham, a former Citigroup chairman for financial institutions in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, is suing the bank for age discrimination in a London employment tribunal, according to a person familiar with the lawsuit.
The former Goldman Sachs executives would bring more than 40 years of investment banking experience to Donald Trump's Cabinet.
Southampton booked their place in the EFL Cup semi-finals where they will take on Liverpool after a 2-0 win over Arsenal.
Gary Mackay Steven has not featured for Brendan Rodgers' Celtic side at all this season, due to injury.
Billionaire Steven A. Cohen's former hedge fund SAC Capital Advisors will pay $135m to settle a lawsuit by investors in the drugmaker Elan Corp, who said they lost money because of insider trading by one of his portfolio managers.
Women dominate the upper reaches of Forbes magazine’s list of the highest-paid musicians of 2016. Four of the top five places are occupied by women, with Taylor Swift topping the list. Between June 2015 and June 2016, the magazine estimates she earned $170m, largely from her 1989 world tour.
The KBE also handily outperformed against the broader S&P 500, which posted monthly gains of 3.42 percent.
Two long-term trends make me worry about the Italian economy, regardless of the outcome of the referendum this weekend. First, the so-called Italian Death Cross, and second the prospect of three decades of lost growth (yes three, this isn’t a typo).