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Barclays began offering a bond exchange-traded fund 15 years ago.
Banking tech firm Cennox has acquired the European division of 3SI Security Systems, with a view to expanding its security provision.
Daimler's second-quarter operating profit rose 15 percent, despite booming sales of the new Mercedes-Benz cars helping to lift margins.
The increase in home buying activity in Singapore has boosted demand for loans, which may be a key earnings driver for the country's three banks this year.
China's securities regulator said Wednesday it will regulate and expand access to capital markets for all types of investors.
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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission hinted Tuesday that the country's securities laws may apply to the sale of new digital coins.
Bitcoin fell to its lowest in five days Tuesday amid uncertainty over whether the digital currency will still avoid a split.
Cohn and Yellen are both candidates to be the next Chairman of the Federal Reserve, president says.
Artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics are making some real money for stock investors, and beating the market.
Mining stocks led the S&P 500 higher on Tuesday on strong quarterly results and a surge in copper prices.
To see Anthony Scaramucci running the communications operation has served as a bit of a shock to those on Wall Street.
Domino's fell more than 8 percent in Tuesday trade following weaker-than-expected international same store sales growth.
The stock market's so-called fear index was on track to trade below its record close from Dec. 22, 1993.
Citi shares rose 3 percent in opening trade Tuesday as the financial firm began its first investor day since the financial crisis.
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