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  1. July 2, 2015

    US banks boost market share as European rivals lose ground

    The six biggest US investment banks all increased their market share in the first half of the year, while their top European...

  2. July 2, 2015

    Commodity markets diverge as supply and demand come to the fore

    Divergence was the name of the game for commodities markets in the second quarter as gasoline and iron ore jumped but coffee...

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  1. June 28, 2015

    Credit Suisse and ING eye reduced London presence

    Credit Suisse and ING have warned the Treasury in pre-Budget talks that they are considering pulling some of their...

  2. June 26, 2015

    Mergers drive next leg of US stock rally

    A boom in mergers and acquisitions is taking over from share buybacks as the driving force behind US equity markets, as...

  3. June 24, 2015

    Eurozone equities await Greece deal

    Eurozone equities eased back from their robust start to the week on Wednesday as investors awaited clarity over the prospect...

  4. June 23, 2015

    Jamaica hedges against higher oil price

    Wall Street is urging developing world governments and large oil importing nations to use financial derivatives to lock in...

  5. June 18, 2015

    Liquidity pitfalls threaten parched markets

    Welcome to the desert. The financial industry’s great debate du jour is “liquidity”, specifically how parched it looks at...

  6. June 17, 2015

    Wells Fargo and HSBC banned from new mortgage servicing business

    Wells Fargo, the US’s largest mortgage lender, and HSBC have been banned from taking on new mortgage servicing activities...

  7. June 17, 2015

    South Korea to assess impact of forex rigging

    South Korea’s competition watchdog is probing whether local companies were adversely affected by the rigging of foreign...

  8. June 17, 2015

    US banks to unveil stress test findings

    Dozens of midsized banks in the US have begun to report on how they would cope in the event of a severe shock to the system,...

  9. June 16, 2015

    Boring banking makes a comeback

    Do the almost simultaneous announcements this month of a new regime at Deutsche Bank, and an extensive restructuring at...

  10. June 16, 2015

    Top US bank executives abandon share sale taboo

    It was called the “blood oath”. The management team of Sandy Weill, an architect of the modern Citigroup and mentor to Jamie...

  11. June 16, 2015

    European insurers stick to letter of rules to build up capital

    Insurers across Europe have been loading up on cheaper capital ahead of more stringent safety rules that take effect next...

  12. June 14, 2015

    Women in Business — Norah Prida Bay

    Norah Prida Bay is a London Business School Sloan Masters in Leadership and Strategy student who has developed a mobile app...

  13. Gavyn Davies

    June 12, 2015

    The global economy — debate with Wolf and Buiter

      This week, I participated in a discussion about the future of the global economy with Martin Wolf and Willem Buiter. The...

  14. June 10, 2015

    US banks signal softer bond trading period

    US banks have warned of a softer period of bond trading in the second quarter, signalling that momentum has faded from a...

  15. June 8, 2015

    Banks’ post-crisis legal costs hit $300bn

    The total cost of litigation aimed at a group of the biggest global banks since 2010 has broken the £200bn ($306bn) barrier,...

  16. June 5, 2015

    Banks prepare to sell down stakes in data provider Markit

    Many of the large banks that were early investors in Markit are using the end of a lock-up period following the UK data...

  17. June 3, 2015

    Single-name CDS solutions lack consensus, says Citi

    Industry attempts to increase volumes in a deteriorating part of the credit derivatives market lack a common approach,...

  18. June 1, 2015

    Cancer drugmakers rally on upbeat prognosis

    Shares of cancer drugmakers rallied on Monday after a number of companies in the sector presented their latest findings at...

  19. June 1, 2015

    Tom Hayes: moving Libor rates was ‘industry-wide practice’

    Tom Hayes told investigators that his efforts to “move the rates up and down” while he worked at UBS and Citigroup were...

  20. May 28, 2015

    Goldman Sachs tried to poach Libor fraud ‘ringleader’, court told

    Goldman Sachs tried to lure Tom Hayes, now on trial accused of rigging the London interbank offered rate (Libor), away from...

  21. FT Alphaville

    May 28, 2015

    Calling CDS users, Citi would like your opinion

    OK, yes, online surveys are mostly of dubious use. Still, as we might be interested to know what the world thinks about...

  22. May 28, 2015

    Banks face US investigation in Fifa corruption scandal

    US indicts 14 over ‘rampant’ Fifa corruption Fifa officials and the sports executives who allegedly paid them bribes used...

  23. May 27, 2015

    JPMorgan told to provide communications with top Chinese official

    The US Securities and Exchange Commission has ordered JPMorgan to hand over any correspondence with Wang Qishan, one of the...

  24. May 27, 2015

    Tom Hayes alleged to have started rigging Libor in 2006

    Tom Hayes began his scheme to manipulate the London interbank offered rate shortly after he started working for UBS in late...

  25. May 26, 2015

    Vodafone resumes work on potential IPO of India division

    Vodafone has resumed work to assess whether to proceed with an initial public offering of its Indian business after the...

  26. May 26, 2015

    Hayes ‘motivated by greed’, prosecutor says in Libor case

    Tom Hayes, the former UBS and Citigroup derivatives trader, admitted that he made “concerted efforts to manipulate Libor”...

  27. May 24, 2015

    Bankers to make €130m in fees from Monte Paschi rights issue

    A UBS and Citigroup-led consortium of 21 banks will make €130m in fees from the latest capital raising by Italy’s Monte dei...

  28. May 24, 2015

    First trader to face trial in Libor case heads to court

    Nearly three years after a then-record fine against Barclays sparked a global outcry over the manipulation of benchmarks and...

  29. May 22, 2015

    Mercuria wins first round in Citi repo dispute

    Citigroup said it would “vigorously” pursue compensation from Mercuria over a batch of metal financing deals that went sour...

  30. FT Data

    May 22, 2015

    Bank fines: get the data

    Banks have paid more than $160bn in fines and legal settlements with US regulators since the financial crisis, data compiled...

  31. May 21, 2015

    Eurozone companies expected to boost cash returns

    The widest gap between shareholder payouts in Europe and the US for 13 years may start closing, say analysts as the culture...

  32. May 21, 2015

    Banks caught in forex probe braced for legal barrage

    Lawyers are rubbing their hands in anticipation of the barrage of civil lawsuits that they expect after the $5.6bn...

  33. FT Alphaville

    May 21, 2015

    FirstFT (the new 6am Cut)

    You can sign up to receive the email here. Don’t expect that rate rise anytime soon. Minutes from the latest Federal Reserve...

  34. May 20, 2015

    Trader transcripts: ‘If you ain’t cheating, you ain’t trying’

    They were known as the “Cartel” or the “Mafia” among their peers. The unsubtle nicknames were given to a group of traders...

  35. May 20, 2015

    Six banks fined $5.6bn over rigging of foreign exchange markets

    Six banks fined for forex rigging Six global banks will pay more than $5.6bn to settle allegations that they rigged foreign...

  36. May 19, 2015

    Firmer dollar halts energy and metals rally

    A rising US dollar brought the recent recovery in energy and metals markets to a shuddering halt on Wednesday. Commodities...

  37. May 18, 2015

    Show real remorse and the bank bashing will soften

    Another month, another fine. Last week it was announced that five of the world’s biggest banks would pay $6bn to settle...

  38. May 16, 2015

    Venezuela’s foreign reserves take a hit

    Venezuela’s foreign reserves have dropped by nearly a third to less than $18bn since President Nicolás Maduro took office...

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