WASHINGTON, June 18- M&T Bank Corp will put a comprehensive plan in place to fix problems with its anti-money laundering policies that had caused regulators to put a hold on its $3.7 billion bid to buy Hudson City Bancorp. Buffalo, New York- based M&T Bank will submit a plan to the U.S.» Read More
*Citi has Monday deadline for stress test by Fed. Jan 6- Citigroup Inc's Michael Corbat has been meeting with bank regulators in his first months as CEO, as he looks to bolster relationships and finalize the bank's plan to return capital to shareholders, sources familiar with the matter said. Corbat is expected to play it safe when Citigroup asks the U.S.
Francis Lun, Managing Director, Lyncean Holdings said he expects Beijing to take action to support the Chinese market next year.
Jahangir Aziz, Chief India Economist, JP Morgan says a compromise on the land acquisition bill and the national goods and services tax will be key for a real economic boost.
The looming "fiscal cliff" is a bigger problem for business than consumers, Bank of America CEO's told CNBC Friday.
Patricia Jackson, Head of Financial Regulatory Advice for Europe, Middle East, India and Africa, Ernst & Young says there is currently a conflict between the need for growth through increased bank lending and the need for stability in the sector.
Toby Lawson, Head of Financial Futures & Options and Cash Equities, at Newedge Asia Pacific explains the reforms China has undertaken to develop its futures market. He says full liberalization of the yuan is essential for more progress.
Jinny Yan, economist at Standard Chartered, tells CNBC the expected and desired result of China's new leadership is a reform agenda that will drive consumption growth.
CNBC's Gary Kaminsky talks about the cost to business of implementing health care and tax reform, with Peter Baum, Essex Manufacturing Inc. CFO & COO.
CNBC's Rick Santelli weighs in on "rising above" the nation's fiscal problems and implementing "real" tax reform.
Julian Callow, chief international economist at Barclays, tells CNBC he is hopeful the outcome of the presidential election will end uncertainty in the market..
One of France's most high-profile business figures has released a report which could be the wake-up call many believe France’s economy needs – or could end up gathering dust on an Elysee shelf.
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.
Ben Simpfendorfer, Managing Director of consultancy Silk Road Associates urges economic reform in China. He says stimulus measures only provide a temporary shortfall to fill the gap in demand, and that China needs to bring the private sector back into play.
Glenn Levine, Senior Economist at Moody's Analytics says the Indian Prime Minister may find it tough to push through reforms due to India's acrimonious political situation.
Rahul Bajoria, Regional Economist, Barclays says Manmohan Singh's post as India's Finance Minister gives him the opportunity to pass much-needed economic reforms and to restore investor confidence.
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.
Jeb Bush, former Governor of Florida (R), and his son, George P. Bush, St. Augustine Partners, discuss ways to empower small business and the policy reforms needed to carry them out.
CNBC's Rick Santelli weighs in on the Federal Reserve and reforms that could bring about growth and control costs. "Who's the big cheese? The big cheese isn't Ben Bernanke. The big cheese isn't Mario Draghi. The big cheese is Wisconsin," he says.