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For banks, the accelerated trend in globalization meant they had to provide a range of commercial and investment banking services to clients, and they had to do so in all the places their customers were doing business.
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JPMorgan Chase & Co., Deutsche Bank AG, UBS AG and Depfa Bank Plc won a bid to overturn a conviction for overseeing fraud by their bankers in the sale of derivatives to the city of Milan.
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Analyst sees groceries as 'massive' opportunity for Amazon Amazon.com's grocery initiative, Amazon Fresh, could spark a new, long-term growth spurt for the company, research firm PiperJaffray wrote in a note to investors earlier today.
BRADENTON, Fla., Feb. 15, 2011, 9:30 a.m. -- Just two days ago, the New York Times ran a very short story saying that anonymous Deutsch Borse officials in Frankfurt, Germany, had denied a story in the Wall Street Journal several days before saying that the German exchange, based in Frankfurt but a global player, was buying the New York Stock ... (more)
KEY RATING DRIVERS The 'AAA' long-term ratings primarily reflect: --Sufficient asset coverage provided to the MTPS as calculated per the funds' over-collateralization tests; --The structural protections afforded by mandatory de-leveraging provisions in the event of asset coverage declines; --The legal and regulatory parameters that govern the ... (more)
COMMODITY prices are not just for buyers and sellers of the physical stuff. They are also the basis of derivative markets-futures contracts, options, and combinations of these and other financial instruments-which can be far larger.
Starting last September, the Fed and the OCC sent letters to banks giving them 30 days to come up with a plan for tighter policies, according to four people familiar with the missives.
Commonwealth Bank of Australia raised $3.5 billion in the world's biggest bond market after the cost of switching funds from dollars dropped to a two-year low.
Deutsche Bank's global head of compliance, Andrew Procter, will leave to work for law firm Herbert Smith Freehills after German regulator Bafin put pressure on the bank to make changes in senior personnel.
Q4 results due. The sporting goods maker is expected to report its fourth-quarter sales rose 1.1 percent to 3.4 billion euros , a Reuters poll of banks and brokerages showed.
Wilbur Ross, the U.S. billionaire investor in struggling industries, sold part of his stake in Bank of Ireland Plc, more than tripling his money with his bet on the lender.
The company's Mobility Business provides car rental and car sharing services, offering its clients in Japan a personal transportation alternative to car ownership in addition to roadside assistance services.
A new paper from the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco notes that not all emerging markets suffered equally in the taper-related selloff that began last May: Those with structural weaknesses in their economies suffered most of all.
"It's hard to imagine that we sold out The Armory!" beamed Claudia Gould Director of the Jewish Museum at its February 26 Purim Ball which raised a record $2.5 million.
London-listed oil company Royal Dutch Shell said board-member Josef Ackermann would retire as a non-executive director at its annual meeting in May. Ackermann's departure from Shell is the latest retreat from high-profile corporate positions for the former Deutsche Bank chief executive.