NEW YORK, Nov 25- Debate over when the Federal Reserve could trim its bond purchases monopolized market talk this year, but as a new Fed chief takes charge, more participants believe the key theme to emphasize for 2014 is low rates for longer.» Read More
Sept 16- Factbox on banks' capital and loan-loss provisioning and a summary of China's last bank rescue.
Even as the rest of America pulls back on mortgages, the wealthy are going on a borrowing binge for million-dollar homes, according to RealtyTrac.
ZURICH, Sept 9- Swiss Re expects natural catastrophe pricing rates to stabilise in 2014 after a decline this year, with demand for the cover doubling by 2020 in high-growth markets. "We take the inflow of alternative capital seriously, but we are not alarmed by it," said Swiss Re's chief underwriting officer Matthias Weber. "
Aug 26- After three years of on-again, off-again deal talks, BATS Global Markets Inc Chief Executive Joe Ratterman and Direct Edge Holdings LLC's Bill O'Brien met in April over lunch at a restaurant in New York's Tribeca neighborhood.
McGraw Hill Financial posted an 18 percent rise in quarterly profit as it earned more from a surge in corporate debt issuances and its Dow Jones indices.
Discount brokerage E*Trade Financial reported a quarterly loss because of an impairment charge of $142 million to account for its surprise exit from market making.
FRANKFURT/ LONDON, July 19- Europe's insurers criticised the approach taken by international regulators which named firms considered systemically important as they try to reduce financial risks from the sector.
*Shares up more than 7 pct, top gainer on FTSE 100. LONDON, July 18- The London Stock Exchange comfortably beat expectations for its first quarter revenues on Thursday, following the acquisition of a clearing house and a stock market listings revival, sending its shares up more than 7 percent.
July 12- Unexpectedly large quarterly profits at JPMorgan Chase& Co and Wells Fargo& Co hide a more worrisome forecast for the rest of the year for many U.S. banks.
*Zurich sells $283 mln worth of shares in New China Life. HONG KONG/ ZURICH, July 12- Zurich Financial Services has sold about $283 million worth of shares in New China Life Insurance, paring its stake in China's third-biggest life insurer in an attempt to diversify its Asian portfolio.
This earnings season is going to be a bummer. Hey, tell us something we don't know. Well, it may not be so bad after all. Here's why.
*Morgan Stanley, Deutsche trim some businesses with poor outlook. Banks such as Citi, which had to retreat during the financial crisis, are now building up their commodities teams. The top five established players- Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan, Barclays and Deutsche Bank- face a challenge to their supremacy.
ZURICH, June 12- Prince Max von und zu Liechtenstein, chief executive of Liechtenstein's biggest bank LGT, said it was striking how fast opinions on tax evasion had shifted since 2008, when stolen data revealed hundreds of Germans had hidden assets in the principality.
The Bloomberg terminal privacy breach puts the firm in an awkward situation: Explaining itself to Wall Street clients.
The Fed and Treasury are examining the extent to which Bloomberg journalists tracked usage of Bloomberg terminals.
The economy is sputtering back to life and many an employee has an itch to see what else is out there. Before you blast out your resume, check out the 10 best jobs for 2013.
Mathew Driver, Division President for Southeast Asia at Mastercard, says the first step to gaining penetration in Myanmar's debit and credit card market is to ensure better access to bank accounts.
General Electric reported fourth-quarter earnings and revenue that beat estimates as the maker of jet engines and wind turbines looks to expand in developing markets.
Former SEC Chairman Harvey Pitt told CNBC that this exchange deal signals that "equity trading is not the wave of the profitable future."
How much will the fiscal cliff impact you, and how can you minimize damage to your finances? Here are questions financial advisers are sifting through with clients.