Sept 11- The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority has narrowed its search for a new head of its arbitration unit to two of its own long-time officials, according to a person familiar with the matter.» Read More
Greece’s economy, in its fifth year of recession, is showing “tentative signs” of stabilization despite on-going political uncertainty, according to the latest research note from Credit Suisse. The bank pointed to increased industrial production and exports, as well as an improvement in competitiveness that is “well under way,” but also warned of the growing social cost.
The managing director of private equity giant Carlyle Group says ending too big to fail is a debate the market needs to have.
So the inventor of the financial superstore has finally turned against his creation.
Ever noticed how breakfast cereal tends to cluster together when the milk is added? There's a lesson in there for how to handle the global economic crisis.
Diane Lin, Fund Manager at Pengana Capital discusses China's move to expand its foreign investment quota.
With the Greek debt issue finally off the agenda following the completion of its debt restructuring and the euro zone still basking in the glow of the European Central Bank’s long-term refinancing operation, which pumped a trillion euros into the banking system, attention has turned to Spain’s finances.
China should accelerate the loosening of capital controls, its central bank said, in a report outlining the path to a freely tradable currency and more open capital markets. The Financial Times reports.
The last four months of the year have seen a big jump in U.S. companies filing for bankruptcy protection. We’ve ranked the top 10 bankruptcy filings of 2011, using data from banktruptcydata.com.
The number of property transactions in China’s largest cities has fallen to dangerously low levels, according to regulatory documents obtained by the Financial Times, and this could have a significant ripple effect. The FT reports.
Add health care fraud to ponzi schemes and insider trading at the top of the list of wrongdoing in the financial world.