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Deutsche Bank AG is cutting about 200 commodities jobs, joining the world's largest financial firms in reducing headcount to the lowest since 2009 as prices for everything from energy to metals head for the first annual drop since the recession.
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The London Metal Exchange asked a panel of U.S. judges on Thursday to assign a federal court in Manhattan to handle a series of antitrust lawsuits that allege the world's largest metal exchange, two of Wall Street's biggest banks and big commodity merchants conspired to raise the price of aluminum.
The head of Aviva will on Friday be named as the next chairman of FirstGroup, the transport operator behind Greyhound buses and the First Capital Connect rail franchise.
MGIC Investment Corp. and Radian Group Inc. jumped in New York trading after Goldman Sachs Group Inc. recommended investors buy the shares, citing the potential for sales growth amid an improving housing market.
Officials with the Battered Women and Children's Shelter in San Antonio are reaching out to the community in the wake of a teen mom who her family said died at the hands of an abusive ex-boyfriend.
Bloomberg's cloud-based archiving, e-discovery, and compliance service, Bloomberg Vault, has been adopted by global investment bank Jefferies Group LLC for enterprise information management.
A South Korean regulator informed Goldman Sachs ' local unit this week of its intent to impose disciplinary action for possible breach of domestic capital markets rules, three regulatory sources said on Thursday.
A survey of 200 registered investment advisors by Aberdeen Asset Management showed that 59% of RIAs think "clarity regarding the fund manager's investment philosophy and strategy is the most important attribute considered when recommending a mutual fund to a client."
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RISD announced Maeda's departure Wednesday. Maeda will join the firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers as a design partner.
The broad stock market's nearly 30% return this year virtually guarantees that equities will perform handsomely in 2014 as well, right? The truth of the matter is that the stock market's performance next year has nothing to do with how it has performed this year.
As the $2.2 trillion exchange-traded fund industry grows at a rapid clip, a group of investment consultants who specialize in creating portfolios of the funds - so-called ETF strategists - are reaping high returns.
Allison Transmission Holdings CFO David Graziosi sold 40,017 shares of the company's stock in a transaction that occurred on Monday, December 2nd.
British investment bank and stockbroker Numis Corp said on Tuesday its full-year profit increased more than fivefold as UK-listed companies and institutional investors regained confidence in equity markets.
Wall Street banks will finally get clarity about a controversial ban on betting with their own money, as the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission announced a meeting for next week to vote on the so-called Volcker rule.
The U.S. unemployment rate could fall substantially early next year as belt-tightening in Washington throws more than a million long-term unemployed Americans off the benefit rolls.