Jefferies Group, the investment bank run by Richard Handler, said bond-trading revenue fell 30%, extending a first-quarter slump.
Royal Bank of Scotland’s retreat from commercial banking worldwide is forcing companies including Royal Dutch Shell to seek others to manage their cash, according to three people with knowledge of the matter.
De Boer believes Virgil van Dijk should stay at Celtic next season, despite interest from Sunderland.
Rapper Machine Gun Kelly took a powerbomb off the stage from Kevin Owens on last night's Raw.
A player linked with Tottenham Hotspur is said to favour a switch to the Premier League.
The Saints boss has impressed since arriving from Feyenoord last season.
The former Aston Villa player has been reflecting on Jack Grealish's alleged off-field actions.
Liam Palmer hopes to be fit for Sheffield Wednesday’s pre-season training.
The Prime Time Players win the WWE Tag Team Championships for the first time.
Credit Suisse, who paid $2.6bn last year to settle a U.S. tax dispute, illegally sent a former employee’s details to U.S. authorities to help resolve the probe, a Geneva court ruled.
While managing brakes has always been part of racing, and would likely always to be the case at an anchor-heavy circuit such as Montreal, it was unedifying to hear Nico Rosberg being told to back off in his pursuit of the race winner Lewis Hamilton because of brake wear.
Mo Farah’s blood and medical data will be examined to ensure there is no evidence of doping following the recent allegations against his coach Alberto Salazar, the chairman of UK Athletics, Ed Warner, has confirmed.
McLaren have insisted the team remain united and that they are making forward strides in the wake of Fernando Alonso’s frustrated claim that they were “looking like amateurs” during a poor performance at Sunday’s Canadian Grand Prix.