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  • UBS boosts legal war chest as it pursues currency rigging talks

    ZURICH (Reuters) - UBS put aside 1.8 billion Swiss francs ($1.9 billion) in the third quarter for potential legal costs and said it was talking to the U.S. Department of Justice about resolving an investigation into currency market rigging. The...
  • Brazil markets plunge on Rousseff re-election

    SAO PAULO/RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Brazilian financial markets plunged on Monday with stocks falling to their lowest level in nearly seven months, as leftist President Dilma Rousseff's re-election victory dashed investor hopes of significant policy...
  • Brand, Winterbottom, Stassen Join Studiocanal AFM Lineup

    Brit comedian Russell Brand and director Michael Winterbottom will join forces on "The Emperor's New Clothes," a docu feature expose of the financial crisis which, with Ben Stassen's "Robinson Crusoe," a family-targeting riff on the classic, rep the new...
  • Bank of England says 'anything goes' attitude in finance must end

    LONDON (Reuters) - Tougher rules may be needed to stop a repeat of the "outrageous" behavior that has hit trust and confidence in financial markets in recent years, Bank of England Deputy Governor Minouche Shafik said on Monday. Launching a...
  • BoE's Shafik sees no significant evidence of price pressures: FT

    LONDON (Reuters) - The Bank of England will need to see more signs of price pressures building in Britain's economy before it raises interest rates from record low levels, its deputy governor Minouche Shafik said on Monday. In an interview with the...
  • Raise UK interest rates now, says Bank of England policymaker

    LONDON (Reuters) - The Bank of England should begin raising interest rates now, because spare capacity in Britain's fast-recovering economy could be used up by the middle of next year, adding to inflation pressures, a Bank policymaker said in a Sunday...
  • Ask An Expert Hotline 2014

    Ask An Expert Hotline 2014
    The annual Ask An Expert Hotline drew about 200 people seeking advice about investments, retirement planning and other money matters. The free event is sponsored each year by the Orlando Sentinel and the Central Florida chapter of the Financial Planning...
  • The euro must go

    The euro must go
    Europe faces yet another recession, and the prospect is shaking global financial markets. To eliminate the persistent threat of collapse, Europe must drop the euro, and Germany must abandon mercantilism. When the euro was adopted in 1999, domestic...
  • Wall Street urges U.S. regulators' joint cybersecurity approach

    Wall Street urges U.S. regulators' joint cybersecurity approach
    Wall Street's top trade group is calling for the creation of a new inter-agency working group of regulators and the White House that would be tasked with developing consistent cybersecurity rules for the financial industry. The recommendation by the...
  • Stocks fall on fears of weakness abroad

    It was the steepest of roller-coaster rides for investors this week, and it ended with a 115-point drop in the Dow Jones industrial average that wiped out the year's gains for the benchmark index. Throughout the nation and worldwide, major indexes...
  • Philly fed chief: Ebola, market volatility no major threats to economy

    Philly fed chief: Ebola, market volatility no major threats to economy
    It's been leading cable news and getting blamed in part for declines in global stock prices, but the Ebola outbreak isn't atop Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank President Charles Plosser's list of threats to U.S. economic growth. "You can make up...