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  • Ingresos por materias primas de grandes bancos crece 21 pct en primer semestre

    LONDRES (Reuters) - Los ingresos por materias primas de los 10 mayores bancos de inversión crecieron un 21 por ciento en la primera mitad del año debido a que el crudo invierno en Estados Unidos alentó los negocios en energía y gas y algunos inversores...
  • Sterling near two-year high vs euro, caution on Scotland

    LONDON (Reuters) - Sterling edged towards a two-year high against the euro on Tuesday as hedge funds and speculators sold the single currency against the dollar and pound, betting euro zone monetary policy would stay loose. The risk of a surprise in...
  • Only 1 U.S. bank among world's top 10

    Only 1 U.S. bank among world's top 10
    A list of the world’s 100 largest banks is out, and the United States has only one representative in the top 10. Topping the list is Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Ltd., with $3.174 trillion in assets, according to numbers released...
  • On the Spot: Overseas ATMs and the possibly too-long PIN dilemma

    Question: I've been reading with interest and confusion about automated teller machine fees when traveling to Europe. So I went to Bank of America and asked how to avoid them. The branch manager said BofA has a relationship with BNP Paribas in France. But...
  • A purchase of the Clippers will require money, and much more

    A purchase of the Clippers will require money, and much more
    The Los Angeles Clippers are not on the market just yet, but the prospect has the city, and the monied people who like to own Big Things, buzzing about who might become the next boss of one of pro basketball's most star-crossed, and now promising,...
  • Celebrities, business titans mull buying Clippers from Sterling

    Celebrities, business titans mull buying Clippers from Sterling
    A lot of boldface names seem to be interested in the Los Angeles Clippers in the wake of the Donald Sterling scandal. It's unclear how serious some of the potential suitors are. But the team has attracted attention from both Hollywood celebrities and...
  • BNP Paribas to pay record $8.9 billion in fines

    BNP Paribas to pay record $8.9 billion in fines
    French banking giant BNP Paribas is expected to plead guilty to criminal charges and pay a record $8.9 billion in fines to settle accusations it funneled billions of dollars from blacklisted countries through its U.S. operations, said two officials...
  • Guilty plea: BNP Paribas fined $8.8 billion for rogue-regime banking

    Guilty plea: BNP Paribas fined $8.8 billion for rogue-regime banking
    Pleading guilty to two felonies, French banking giant BNP Paribas will pay more than $8.8 billion to federal and New York state authorities to settle accusations that it funneled billions of dollars from blacklisted countries -- Sudan, Iraq and Cuba --...
  • U.S. says $9-billion BNP Paribas fine is warning to bank shareholders

    U.S. says $9-billion BNP Paribas fine is warning to bank shareholders
    With a record $9-billion fine against BNP Paribas, one of the world's largest banks, the Justice Department aimed Monday to send a clear message to bank shareholders everywhere. "The $9 billion that's walking out the door today is your money," FBI...
  • The rich are different -- they still get interest-only mortgages

    The rich are different -- they still get interest-only mortgages
    Few of the nontraditional home loans that triggered the financial crisis are still available, and lenders will have even more reason to avoid them now that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s definition of presumably safe and sound...
  • Banks embracing a housing-bubble favorite: interest-only loans

    Most of the risky mortgages that triggered the financial crisis have disappeared from the marketplace, and lenders will have even more reason to avoid them because of a new federal crackdown on loose lending. But one housing-bubble favorite —...