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The stock fell up to 21 percent after Merlin forecast core earnings for 2017 in the range of 470 million pounds to 480 million pounds ($622-$636 million).
Morgan Stanley's fixed income and equities traders navigated a tough environment better than peers at firms such as JPMorgan.
Activist investor RBR Capital Advisors is launching a campaign for breaking up Swiss bank Credit Suisse Group AG into three parts, the Financial Times reported on Monday.
Investors, like the many businesses that have shifted their headquarters out of Catalonia, rarely like uncertainty.
North Korea is so weak, its economy might not last long under tough U.N. sanctions, a high-ranking defector said.
See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell.
Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller compared bitcoin to the bimetallism fad of the late 19th century.
Former Fortress hedge-fund manager Michael Novogratz has become an advisor to a token-exchange project called AirSwap.
The largest U.S. bank is investing in the blockchain technology behind bitcoin, despite its CEO's criticism of the digital currency.
Credit Suisse cut its third-quarter EPS estimates by 5 percent, citing CBS' softer Sunday NFL ratings.
If the president appoints Yellen to another term as the nation's top central banker, it will be a sharp turn from his prior stance.
The image of private equity as a parasitic form of business completely misses the point, writes VC Joe Lonsdale.
U.S. stocks are overvalued unless the government can get tax reform done, Goldman Sachs' David Kostin said.
Investors dumped PG&E on worries the company could suffer steep losses if it's found liable for the Northern California wildfires.
Societe Generale reduced its rating on Citigroup to sell from hold, citing deteriorating credit trends and increased loan loss provisions.
Credit card delinquency rose for the third straight month in September, according to data from JPMorgan Chase & Co and card issuer Discover.
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