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  • Maurice Greenberg puts U.S. handling of AIG bailout on trial

    Maurice R. Greenberg, the ousted chief executive of American International Group Inc., was practically laughed out of New York for claiming that he and other shareholders were shortchanged by the U.S. government's $182-billion bailout of AIG. No one's...
  • ECB door remains open to QE despite doubts over impact

    FRANKFURT/PARIS (Reuters) - The European Central Bank's drip-feed stimulus is taking it closer to large-scale government bond purchases with new money but its weapon of last resort may not be the silver bullet markets are hoping for.     After a...
  • Turmoil at Pimco bruises its brand

    Turmoil at Pimco bruises its brand
    For years, Owen Murray believed that Pacific Investment Management Co. was a safe bet for his clients for one big reason. "They were just very, very consistent," said Murray, investment director at a financial advisory firm for wealthy individuals in...
  • Vanguard, DoubleLine latest Pimco rivals to enjoy record October inflows

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - The Vanguard Group was the latest U.S. asset manager to post record monthly inflows into its bond funds for October, benefiting from an exit of funds from rival Pacific Investment Management Co. after the departure of its co-founder...
  • U.S. regulators to join UK in forex fines for banks

    WASHINGTON/LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. regulators plan to join their UK peers in a multi-billion-dollar settlement with a group of the biggest global banks accused of manipulating the foreign exchange market, sources familiar with the matter said, adding...
  • Bank of England keeps rates on hold ahead of inflation report

    LONDON (Reuters) - The Bank of England kept interest rates at 0.5 percent on Thursday ahead of the publication next week of new forecasts that will shape expectations for when the Bank will finally start to raise borrowing costs. The BoE also said it...
  • Last dance for options trading strategy around dividends

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Options dealers looking to snag the coming dividend payment on Apple Inc's shares sent the iPhone maker's call volume to a record on Wednesday, but new options market rules mean this may be their last chance for such a strategy....
  • Michigan: GOP Gov. Snyder wins re-election

    LANSING, Mich. Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder coasted to victory Tuesday in an election to decide whether the Republican had earned a second and final term or Democratic challenger Mark Schauer gets a chance to undo much of what Snyder did in the last four...
  • David Nicklaus: End of Fed bond buying will test economy's strength

    After more than two years, the Federal Reserve has taken financial markets off life support. Now we'll find out how well the patient can breathe on its own. Back in September 2012, with the economy limping along and price indexes setting off alarms about...
  • New rules may break voting stalemate over Nasdaq data processor

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - (In Nov. 4 item, corrects title of Janet Angstadt in paragraph 10). A stalemate over selecting a new manager of a data processor that publishes quotes and sale prices for Nasdaq-listed stocks may be resolved because of new rules...
  • London Stock Exchange to launch midday auction next year

    LONDON (Reuters) - The London Stock Exchange will launch a midday auction for the largest and most liquid stocks on its markets late next year, seeking to win back business by capitalising on new rules that clamp down on trading in rival venues called...