Major Asian markets gained in the week after Chinese economic figures and US quarterly earnings encourage investors.
Citigroup's Steve Englander argues Greece leaving the Euro is not an option and the cost of a break up would be "tremendous"
Vikram Pandit steps down after five years at the head of Citigroup after third-biggest US bank posts solid earnings
Nikkei gains 1.44 percent while KOSPI is up 0.83 percent. Hang Seng ends 0..28 percent. Shanghai Composite index ends flat
Nikkei gains 0.94 percent while KOSPI is up 0.32 percent. Shanghai Composite index and Hang Seng trade 0.02 and 0.05 percent higher.
Iran is preparing to create its own private internet and in the process has added Google and Gmail to its list of blocked sites.
Row over East China Sea islands hits airlines resulting in major carriers in both countries reducing their flights.
US regulator sues UBS over the sale of mortgage-backed securities to two credit unions before the credit crisis emerged.
Barclays discharged Ritankar Pal and Dong Kun Lee in July due to their role in the Libor scandal, say Reuters citing regulatory filings.
IBTimes looks at whether Barclays appointing head of consumer banking as CEO is right move for the bank.
Outgoing chairman Marcus Agius says Jenkins 'excellent track record and intimate knowledge' were the clinching factors.
Former New York prosecutor Robert Juman says US regulators compete to become first to finalise charges against banks.
Numerous probes into money laundering and rate fixing scandals highlight need for fewer watchdogs.
Bank of America, Societe Generale, Credit Suisse, Credit Agricole, Royal Bank of Canada, Rabobank Groep and Lloyds Banking Group hit by Florida attorney general Pam Bondi.
Deutsche Bank, Barclays, JPMorgan Chase, RBS, HSBC, UBS and Citigroup named in papers.
Credit rating agencies Moody's and Fitch also put warnings on Britain's triple-A rating
Prime Minister Samaras is set to meet EU Commission President Thursday as Troika continues to doubt Greece's ability to get back on track with its promised reforms.
Citi also expects Britain to lose its AAA rating over the next two to three years due to the continued economic weakness.
As Barclays’ deputy chairman Sir Michael Rake turns down the role of taking over from Chairman Marcus Agius, the race to fill the senior positions including ex-CEO Bob Diamond’s role at the embattled bank continues.
US and European prosecutors are close to individual traders at banks for colluding to manipulate key global lending rates, says a Reuters report.
Market sources tell IBTimes UK that banks and brokers under investigation for Libor fixing are unlikely to join forces in reaching a settlement.
Following Barclays' record fine for Libor manipulation, the IBTimes UK examines efforts by key global regulators to tackle potential fraud in the $550tn benchmark.
Japan has quietly led a mission to crackdown on banks that have manipulated or falsified key global interbank lending rates that echoes the Barclays Libor rigging scandal that resulted in a record fine
Outlining the politics, economics and finances of the key players in the Eurozone debt crisis
Norway's Statoil is right on top while Barclays is in the 71st position, ahead of Citigroup, JP Morgan Chase, Goldman Sachs and Bank of America.
Deutsche Bank reportedly suspends two dealers, US investor files class action
Online retailer Amazon is developing a smartphone to rival the Apple iPhone and Google Android handsets.
Candidates include current and former Barclays executives as search campaign begins
His resignation comes after the bank was fined £290 million for trying to tweak Libor.
Foster evaded detection for several years as he continued to wire money to his personal account by making false account filing.