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  • Citi pulls out of consumer banking in 11 countries, profit jumps

    Citi pulls out of consumer banking in 11 countries, profit jumps
    (Reuters) - Citigroup Inc said it was pulling out of consumer banking in 11 markets, including Japan and Egypt, as the U.S. bank with the biggest international business looks to cut persistently high costs. The third-largest U.S. bank, built with a...
  • UK jobless rate falls again, recovery shows signs of cooling

    LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's strong labor market recovery is showing signs of cooling, even as the unemployment rate once again fell more than expected in the three months to August. Job creation was its weakest since the spring of last year and there...
  • Bank of America posts loss on mortgage settlement

    Bank of America posts loss on mortgage settlement
    The record settlement was tied to the bank's purchases of Countrywide Financial Corp in July 2008 and Merrill Lynch & Co six months later. (Reuters) — Bank of America Corp, the No. 2 U.S. bank by assets, reported a small quarterly loss, largely...
  • EU watchdog says bankers' allowances breach bonus rule

    LONDON (Reuters) - New types of allowance paid to bankers are nearly all in breach of the European Union's cap on bonuses and must be changed by the end of the year, the EU banking watchdog said on Wednesday, raising the prospect that banks will have to...
  • Bank of England's Weale: Jobless fall still best guide to wage pressure

    HULL England (Reuters) - The Bank of England should pay heed to the swift pace at which Britain's unemployment rate is falling as it considers when to start raising interest rates, says a top policymaker at the central bank who has already voted for...
  • U.S. money fund assets fall for first time in four weeks - iMoneynet

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. money market fund assets fell for the first time in four weeks even as jitters have persisted over a slowing global economy, spreading of the Ebola virus and conflict in the Middle East, a Money Fund Report showed on Wednesday....
  • Fund managers say this is selloff they have been waiting for

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - For the first nine months of this year, U.S. fund managers could be counted on to tout the same line: the stock market was getting so expensive they could do nothing but sit on their hands. Yet the nearly 8 percent decline in the S&...
  • Data processor sparks governance row at U.S. exchanges

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Outcries over a conflict of interest involving data processors central to securities trading could lead the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq to loosen their decades-long grip over a lucrative backwater of the U.S. stock market. A...
  • Prudential's Peters says firm has been purchasing high-yield junk bonds

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Greg Peters, the asset strategist who sounded an early alarm about the financial crisis and is now at Prudential Investment Management, said on Wednesday that the market downdraft and volatility may accelerate central bank...
  • DuPage water agency pays off financial snafu loans

    DuPage water agency pays off financial snafu loans
    The DuPage Water Commission has voted to make the final payment on $70 million in short-term loans that the agency borrowed after a financial crisis that was discovered in 2009. In late 2009, it was discovered that the former financial administrator...
  • Big banks start earnings season on Tuesday

    The nation's biggest banks are expected to report their latest quarterly results this week, providing a glimpse into how their businesses � and the U.S. economy � are faring. Wells Fargo, JPMorgan Chase & Co. and Citigroup will begin bank-...