More job losses, fewer big bonuses.
Good news on the Goldman front over the weekend, as Barron's said on Saturday that Goldman shares could have an upside of at least 25% over the next 12 months as capital markets return to strength and profits feed through to the bottom line.
Forty Deutsche Bank employees from an office in the town of Schkeuditz, east Germany, are undergoing health checks after a letter containing a white powder was found at their building, local German police said on Friday.
Standard Chartered is facing another potential headache.
Here's the Thomson Reuters Global Debt, Equity and Equity-related league table for the first 9 months of 2012.
Liverpool and Barcelona can't both be wrong, can they?
Arsene Wenger had a choice to make on Saturday, Mertesacker or Koscielny. Unfortunately for Arsenal fans his decision proved to be the wrong one.
The constant flouting of the ten yards rule is an unnecessary annoyance in football today, and it's our Monday Moan.
QPR's big spending and winless start to the Premier League season has seen the pressure on manager Mark Hughes build ahead of tonight's home game against West Ham.
Proposals to overhaul Libor, including enhanced powers for U.K. regulators to prosecute rate rigging, may be enacted early next year in a bid to revive confidence in the scandal-ridden benchmark and banking industry.