09:15 GMT 12.11.2014
Financial Regulators Fine Major Banks for Manipulating Currency Markets
The Royal Bank of Scotland, UBS, JP Morgan, HSBC and Citibank were fined totaling $3.3 billion for allegedly manipulating currency markets.
12:07 GMT 24.10.2014
Black Thursday – Great Depression's Roots
The demolition of the global economy in 1929, known as the Great Depression, kicked off 85 years ago on Black Thursday.
18:02 GMT 18.10.2014
US No Longer 'Locomotive Of Global Growth,' Replaced By China: Economists
Certain signs indicate that the recent weak performance of the US markets was caused by the situation in China, as Chinese markets took a hit earlier this year when Shanghai Chaori Solar Energy Science & Technology and Zhejiang Xingrun Real Estate declared bankruptcy.
08:27 GMT 06.10.2014
New York Bank Regulator Urges Companies to Boost Cybercrime Precautions: Reports
New York's bank regulator is scheduled to discuss cybercrime precautions with the chief executives of several financial institutions following JPMorgan Chase's data breach, The Financial Times reported Monday.
05:49 GMT 28.08.2014
FBI Suspects Russian Hackers of Data Theft From JPMorgan - Reports
The FBI is investigating an incident of data theft from JPMorgan Chase & Co. (JPM) that could potentially have been carried out by Russian hackers, Bloomberg reported Thursday, citing sources familiar with the situation.
11:55 GMT 16.08.2013
Mechel Confirms Intent to Seek Buyer for US Assets
Debt laden Russian steel and coking coal giant Mechel is looking to sell its only asset in the United States, the company confirmed late Thursday.