The Federal Reserve stepped in to prop up the fragile US economic recovery on Thursday by announcing a rolling programme to buy $40bn (£25bn) a month in mortgage-backed securities.
Ryan Bertrand broke into the Chelsea side last season, and Lucas Piazon could be the next to follow him. Shikharr Chandra runs the rule over his strengths, weaknesses, and future prospects.
Cantor Fitzgerald has announced that Michael Rowe and Luiz Schlittler, formerly of Jefferies & Co., have joined as Managing Directors in the Debt Capital Markets' Emerging Markets group.
As Chelsea and QPR prepare to face off this weekend the Anton Ferdinand and John Terry handshake may not happen along with a similar effect to Ashley Cole. So should we just cut the handshake from pre-game procedure?
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson has another selection dilemma for tomorrow's game, who will play in goal?
FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on former MF Global CEO Jon Corzine testifying before government officials on MF Global’s missing funds.
Bloomberg's Mark Barton on they key points which come out the Fed's decision to undertake QE3.
Cristina Alesci reports on big names that have made headlines in Thursday's top stories.