Sterling fell and bond yields tumbled after the Bank of England surprised markets by indicating it saw no reason to withdraw monetary stimulus after the first meeting of the monetary policy committee chaired by new governor Mark Carney.
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Citigroup may be losing ground in a business that is central to its recovery plan, as rivals catch on to how much money the unit makes.
Goldman Sachs will have another two years to separate derivatives trading from units that get federal backing, according to a letter to the bank posted on the Federal Reserve website.
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Six UBS bankers left the investment banking unit in Japan, said two people familiar with the situation, and the firm hired seven people for equities in the world’s best-performing major stock market.
Royal Bank of Scotland has drawn interest in its structured retail products and equity derivatives business from rivals, said people with knowledge of the matter.
Barclays CEO Antony Jenkins has denied any conflict between his bank and its regulators, even as the U.K. banking giant tries to fend off pressure to meet stricter capital requirements.
BlueCrest Capital Management, the $36bn hedge-fund firm run by Michael Platt, hired three credit traders as Wall Street’s biggest banks pull back from riskier businesses.
Ian Hannam, the City dealmaker fighting a £450,000 fine for disclosing inside information, may have fabricated the contents of incriminating emails that form the case against him, the banker told a tribunal .