After a four-month trial, only two of five defendants in Britain’s most profitable insider-trading case were found guilty.
UBS shares have tumbled about 15% this year, while Credit Suisse has lost 33%
Debt trading revenue falls less than analysts had expected
UBS allocated 14% more money for bonuses in 2015, its most profitable year since 2010
Bank and insurer issue statements to soothe investor nerves amid mayhem on markets
Prime Minister made the comments ahead of a major corruption conference being hosted in London
Britain begins first Euribor rate-rigging case; Chinese share continue to fall
Government sells further 1% stake in Lloyds; Women now make up 25% of UK’s top companies; British house price growth accelerated this month
The House of Lords to vote on the government's tax credits legislation; Royal Bank of Scotland became the world’s first bank to adopt Facebook at Work; Toyota sold 7.49 million cars
The news of the incident comes as the German bank announced a major overhaul on Sunday under new CEO John Cryan
Tata Steel set to cut 1,200 jobs ; Deutsche Bank mistakenly sent $6 billion to a hedge fund client; Amazon said it is creating 100,000 seasonal jobs in the US
US Volkswagen chief admits he knew of emissions problem in 2014; Deutsche Bank warns of large loss; The Bank of England interest rate decision is coming at 12 pm UK time
Istanbul aggressively increased its overnight lending rate to 12% from 7.75%
William Broeksmit was found dead on Sunday by London police responding to reports of a man hanging at a house in South Kensington
Two of the most powerful watchdogs in the US have sent investigators into the London headquarters of the giant bank Citigroup as the probe into alleged manipulation of global currency markets.