As the U.K. decides on its future in or out of the European Union, currency traders and analysts thousands of miles away in Asia, will be at their desks well before dawn.
Goldman Sachs has told 98 employees in New York that their jobs are being eliminated, bringing the number of dismissals disclosed to state officials this year to at least 353.
Deutsche Bank has hired James Nessel to run US high-yield trading, according to sources.
A high-frequency trading firm set up by two hedge funds sued Merrill Lynch because a tax-arbitrage strategy linked to French stocks didn’t turn out to be as profitable as expected.
A former Credit Suisse banker pleaded guilty to helping Americans evade taxes, admitting his role after spending the past five years as a fugitive.
A Libyan official who helped review billion-dollar investments with Goldman Sachs said he had never heard of the bank or the word derivative before joining the country’s $60bn sovereign wealth fund in 2007.
The striker has snubbed Arsenal to sign a new deal at Leicester City.
Leeds United could splash the cash this summer but will they want to go big for Kemar Roofe or look elsewhere for cheaper options?
Glasgow Rangers boss Warburton has brought several high-profile names to Ibrox already this summer.
The striker has agreed to sign a new four year deal with Leicester City.
Deutsche Bank Chairman Paul Achleitner has become the latest global banking leader to warn about the potential fallout if U.K. voters decide to leave the European Union.
The Liverpool boss celebrates his 49th birthday today.
Tottenham are reportedly willing to let Nabil Bentaleb leave, with Victor Wanyama targeted as a replacement.