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WASHINGTON: Federal prosecutors are closing in on JPMorgan Chase & Co. officials in their investigation of price rigging in precious metals markets.
LONDON: BNP Paribas SA has been struck by a wave of departures and absences from work at its European credit-trading business, gutting the senior-most ranks of the desk that deals in corporate debt at France’s largest lender.
BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives and their Social Democrat (SPD) coalition partners turned their sights with some relief on new hurdles months down the road after withstanding a far-right battering in two eastern regional elections on Sunday.
WITH banks’ bond trading desks increasingly going electronic, another of the last bastions of old-school banking – the business of helping companies and countries raise capital – may be about to succumb to the tide of technology.
Morgan Stanley kept its position as the most profitable investment bank in Japan last year, as demand for overseas bonds from yield-hungry investors helped offset weakness in the trading business.
SINGAPORE: A major gold-buying spree by central banks is likely to persist in the coming years, according to Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd., which flagged the potential for further purchases by nations including China.
FRANKFURT: Most Germans live by the credo that saving is a virtue, but the European Central Bank’s (ECB) negative interest rates risk making a mockery of the national obsession, prompting politicians to seek ways to insulate thrifty citizens and keep the burden on the country’s beleaguered banks.
Digitisation and automation in the global banking sector coupled with an environment of low interest rates and slow capital market activities have changed the way employees are being managed. These days, it is no longer a shock to learn about global banks shedding a high number of their workers.
Conventional economic theory presumes that when interest rates are brought down, households will tend to borrow more and spend on houses, cars and themselves. However, a prolonged period of low interest rates defies conventional economic logic.