The Justice Department is preparing a fresh round of attacks on the world's biggest banks, the New York Times reports.
The latest steps to rescue China's sagging property sector are among the most high-profile yet, but don't expect a market turnaround, economists say.
European shares closed higher on Tuesday, after investors focused on key data from the euro zone rather than the Hong Kong protests. protests.
Cerberus has embarked on a hiring spree of Ulster Bank Belfast staff, as bidding for a $1.94 billion Ulster Bank loan portfolio reaches final stages.
The selloff in high-yield bond ETFs last week has revived fears that the sector may be headed for a bruising.
GlaxoSmithKline said on Thursday it had chosen Philip Hampton, who currently chairs Royal Bank of Scotland, as its next chairman.
The largest-ever initial public offering for a bank is unlikely to prompt a stampede for the sector.
This week was supposed to be a major test of the IPO market after Alibaba. The results are in, and they are decidedly mixed.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher Wall Street open on Wednesday, ahead of further housing market indicators.
Shares of Citizens Financial Group, the U.S. unit of Royal Bank of Scotland, rose less than 1 percent in their debut.
Goldman Sachs is the latest bank to slash its growth outlook for China as weak economic activity triggers fresh concerns of over slowing growth.
A new wave of IPOs is building, and will answer the market's question of whether there's life after Alibaba's massive offering.
European shares closed higher after voters in Scotland rejected independence and opted to remain within the United Kingdom.
European shares opened sharply higher Friday, after the vote count in a historic referendum showed Scotland said no to independence.
While the yen's sharp drop has driven the Nikkei to near seven-year highs, the quick decline is also spurring concerns over the economy.
There are several reasons I am optimistic that Alibaba—at whatever price—will open to the upside and stay there.
A hypothetical Scottish index, made up of companies based in Scotland listed in the UK, has been left relatively untouched by the referendum.
Scottish nationalists argue that being governed from London has deprived their country of Britain's oil fields' wealth. The New York Times reports.
Sir Thomas Hunter said there are still facts missing from both sides of the Scotland independence debate.