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Traders will hone in on consumer inflation Thursday, a report that will likely show a decline because of falling gasoline prices.
With small businesses turning to alternative lenders, some watchers wonder if we're recreating a backdrop that set up the 2008 financial crisis.
The M&A frenzy this year will mean bonus checks for Wall Street's biggest rainmakers. But the happiest bankers may work at small firms.
There is a very strong likelihood that Islamist terrorists will launch a cyberattack, the head of the City of London police warned. The FT reports.
Buyout firms KKR & Co LP and Clayton, Dubilier & Rice LLC (CD&R) have teamed up to take PetSmart Inc private for more than $7.5 billion, people familiar with the matter said on Tuesday.
Seven of the 30 largest U.S. firms paid more money to their CEOs last year than they paid in U.S. federal income taxes, according to a study.
Thailand's economy grew much less than expected in the July-September quarter, forcing the authorities to cut the country's growth forecast.
Bank branch closures are heading for a record year as the industry trims down and services get increasingly electronic.
Aspiring M&A bankers hoping to bank the bucks should angle for a job at Credit Suisse or Deutsche Bank, according to a salary benchmarking site.
Use of prepaid cards has grown rapidly, but consumer protections have not. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau wants to change that.
In the wake of a massive settlement, CFTC chief Timothy Massad tells CNBC areas of bank industry need increased oversight. Get the details.
Stocks fell Wednesday as investors mulled the slowdown in Europe and earnings from retailers.
JPMorgan's $13 billion settlement was a major disappointment for a few reasons, whistleblower Alayne Fleischmann says.
For banks at the center of the recent foreign exchange investigation, paying the $3.4 billion in fines might be the easy part.
The inquiry into alleged manipulation of the currency market now takes in the world’s biggest banks, traders – and now the U.K’s central bank.
European shares closed lower on Wednesday, with investors shunning banking stocks after regulators announced penalties.
Wall Street looked set for a lower open to trade on Wednesday, ahead of a final burst of earnings for the third quarter.
These are the stocks posting the largest moves before the bell: BZH, YHOO, AOL, SEAS, AGN, WMT & more.
Financial regulators on both sides of the Atlantic imposed multibillion-dollar fines on five global banks for rigging key foreign exchange markets.
Regulators worked late to announce a multibillion-dollar settlement with five global banks to resolve charges of attempted currency manipulation.