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Ratings agency Moody's Investors Service said Thursday it has placed senior and subordinated debt ratings on some of America’s biggest banks under review for potential action. The firm is considering its
Britain's biggest banks face a compensation bill for up to £1.5bn to pay for six years of mis-sold credit card and identity theft insurance. The City regulator is on Thursday expected to confirm the details
France has raised the prospect of the use of force against the Syrian government if allegations of its use of chemical weapons are proved. The French foreign minister, Laurent Fabius, said on Thursday
WASHINGTON — The National Rifle Association has rallied gun owners — and raised tens of millions of dollars — campaigning against the threat of a national database of firearms or their owners. But in the
Whether you are new to marriage or have decades under your belt, it pays to think about your tax filing status. With same sex marriages, much of the discussion these days is about joint return filing when
Have you ever wondered whether government has a role to play in the impact economy? Deloitte has, and they believe that everyone from impact investors to social entrepreneurs should understand what government
USA TODAY markets reporter Matt Krantz answers a different reader question every weekday. To submit a question, e-mail Matt at email@example.com. Q: Are IPOs good investments for individual investors?
Death of Moritz Erhardt, a German student working for Merrill Lynch, triggers call for inquiry into excessive working hours in City • Contact the Guardian's reporting team about your experience interning
North Sea oil and gas production could decline by as much as 22pc this year - the biggest annual slump on record – as maintenance on ageing infrastructure hits operations, the industry body has warned.
India's central bank has said that it will inject 80bn rupees ($1.3bn; £806m) into the country's banking system by buying long-term government bonds. It comes just days after the central bank tightened
Surging yields on U.S. Treasury bonds are being felt around the globe, as investors reshape their portfolios to take advantage of higher interest rates in the world's largest economy. After two years extraordinarily
The sharp decline in production of oil and gas from under British waters is "worrying" industry leaders. Trade body Oil and Gas UK says there is record investment this year of £13.5bn. But its annual on
Members of an indigenous tribe that has long lived in voluntary isolation in Peru's south-eastern Amazon have attempted to make contact with outsiders for a second time since 2011, leading to a tense at