They say all good things come to an end - and it's our time. This is our last financial markets email.
One last time.
We all have trouble sleeping sometimes.
Goldman Sachs has relaxed its dress code, allowing its bankers to swap their bespoke suits for a more casual look.
Several buildings at the University of Glasgow and the Royal Bank of Scotland’s headquarters in Edinburgh have been evacuated following reports of suspicious packages.
Jefferies Group has hired real estate investment bankers Jeffrey Altman and Greg Rinsky from Houlihan Lokey, according to people with knowledge of the matter.
A U.S. judge on Monday acquitted a former top foreign exchange trader at Barclays accused of illegally trading ahead of an $8 billion transaction for Hewlett-Packard Co, without letting the case go to a jury.
A group of powerful HSBC shareholders have written to the bank’s CEO, John Flint, urging him to close a loophole in its energy policy that allows the lender to bankroll coal projects in certain emerging markets.
A month after announcing his retirement, Gross looked back on his career and took a peek forward at a market that he said is stacked against managers trying to generate alpha.
The Bank of England has said that the failure of EU regulators to put in place measures to protect continental banks increased the risk of panicky trading on financial markets in the aftermath of a no-deal Brexit.
Here's a note of 13 of the worst recessions / depressions in US history.
Here's 11 examples of political correctness gone mad.
Many of you will already have had one of these from your firm. If you haven't, expect something similar sometime soon.
One day the different parts of the body were having an argument to see which should be in charge.
We're trying to find out who's got the longest job title in the financial markets.
Here's a little something sent in by one of our readers.
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In 1844, 23-year-old Henry Lehman, the son of a cattle merchant, emigrated to the United States from the town of Rimpar, in the German state of Bavaria. He settled in Montgomery, Alabama, where he opened a dry goods store, 'H. Lehman'. In 1847, following the arrival of Emanuel Lehman, the Firm became 'H. Lehman and Bro'. With the arrival of their youngest brother, Mayer Lehman, in 1850, the Firm changed its name again and 'Lehman Brothers' was founded.