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Bank robberies are increasingly being confined to fiction and the times of Bonnie and Clyde, according to the latest figures.
The SEC has asked life insurers to disclose the potential cost of forcibly winding down in-house insurance units known as "captives," The WSJ reports.
China shares may be cheap, but they're likely to stay that way until the bad loans clogging the financial system are cleared, a fund manager said.
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has said Beijing will keep liquidity at an appropriate level in 2014 to maintain stability in financial markets.
With all that has gone right for the stock market, it's hard to imagine anything that could go wrong.
The European Central Bank's President sees no urgent need to cut the euro zone's main interest rate further and no signs of deflation, he said in an interview published on Saturday.
Art Cashin of UBS talks about why stocks are under pressure today after several sessions of gains.
New mortgage rules are designed to protect borrowers and lenders from jumping into loans that might be too optimistic.
Regulators said they would consider exempting certain complex securities from the so-called Volcker Rule after community banks sued the agencies.
A federal judge on Friday approved Bank of America's $39 million settlement of a gender discrimination lawsuit by female brokers.
The U.S. stock market is taking the 10-year Treasury note's latest ascent to 3 percent in stride.
As investors chase a new love for developed market stocks, take a moment to pity managers of assets getting the cold shoulder from fickle markets.
The top investor in Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena looked set to force a delay in a 3-billion euro capital hike the Italian lender needs to carry out.
As U.S. and European banks drop out of commodity trading, Russian, Chinese and Gulf state firms are filling the gap.
Textron said it will buy aircraft maker Beechcraft for about $1.4 billion in cash, in a deal that sees Textron expand its aviation business.
Barclays has been fined $3.75 million by a U.S. regulator over its alleged decade-long failure to properly keep electronic records, emails and instant messages.
SAC moves, Wall Street bonuses, mortgage applications and more.
Just before Christmas, the market has been gifted with more strong economic data--this time, in the form of November durable goods.
Traders from SAC Capital Advisors continue to leave for rival shops.
Sources briefed on the insider trading investigation into Steven A. Cohen, the head of SAC Capital, say that a call in 2009 raised his suspicions.
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