Anyone who has been into a large UK supermarket over the last few days will have witnessed unusually large queues, and the shortages of products like toilet rolls, wipes, anti-bacterial gels, dry pasta, UHT milk and some tinned goods. And all because consumers are panic buying over fears that the impact of Coronavirus will affect their ability to go out and buy food or that certain products will remain in short supply.
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Credit Suisse has hired Dominique Leimer from UBS Group AG to head its private wealth unit in Saudi Arabia as the Zurich-based bank expands in the kingdom.
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Instinet Incorporated has announced the appointment of Ralston Roberts as CEO of the firm.
On Thursday and Friday, the Frankfurt public prosecutor's office and the Federal Criminal Police Office searched several Deutsche Bank offices and questioned employees.
Much has been made about the initiative that Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has signed up to which bans advertisements of burgers, sweets and 'junk food' on the Tube. The problem is, however, that you could still find yourself on the Underground sitting next to someone who is ramming obese-inducing unhealthy food down their throat. And much of it smells so bad, it makes you retch.
It seems hardly a day goes by that we learn about another stabbing involving young people under the age of 25. Knife crime in general is on the up, particularly in London.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has announced that Citibank N.A. has agreed to pay $38.7 million to settle charges of improper handling of “pre-released” American Depositary Receipts (ADRs).
Many of you will already have had one of these from your firm. If you haven't, expect something similar sometime soon.
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Credit Agricole’s chief, Philippe Brassac, has expressed interest in Commerzbank if the German bank were to be up for sale, according to an interview with the Handelsblatt newspaper.
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Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan has been doing a Vikram Pandit - sending 'inspirational' memos to his staff.
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Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein might yet start a trend - more Wall Street CEOs could start sporting beards. Here's what they might look like:
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