The dollar held steady against the yen, taking a breather after last week’s rally and as it treads cautiously amid lingering concerns over a US-China trade spat.
The digital currency posted its second-worst quarter ever, part of a broader selloff in the cryptocurrency market.
CME Group does not expect to sell any assets after its £3.9bn purchase of the UK’s Nex Group to satisfy antitrust regulators or meet cost savings targets, according to chief executive Terry Duffy.
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A new survey from Bloomberg suggests that authorities in Mexico may face an uphill struggle when promoting the FX Global Code of Conduct amongst the local market.
A judge voiced skepticism of a US case against two former Deutsche Bank traders charged with rigging the Libor interest-rate benchmark, questioning whether the government will be able to present sufficient evidence to convict the pair.
Technology companies are set to take a big chunk of customers from banks, as they intensify their challenge to traditional lenders across a range of mass-market financial services, say industry executives and analysts.
Probability is that more normal conditions are returning but risks must be monitored.
The federal prosecutors who sent Wall Streeters to prison for trading on insider information are taking on Washington’s culture of leaks in a first-of-its-kind trial next week.
‘Liu He is the strategist, Yi Gang is the implementer, and Guo [Shuqing] is the enforcer,’ analyst says.
Almost half of the more than 400 institutional allocators, such as pensions, sovereign wealth funds and family offices, surveyed at a Context Summits conference in Miami said they don’t know what to make of cryptocurrencies.
Capital markets fintech ventures attracted less than half as much equity funding last year as they did in 2015 and 2016, according to a study from the Boston Consulting Group.
Mexican peso, yuan, won seen most vulnerable to trade wars.
Closely watched Tankan index falls but solid growth continues.
Bitcoin’s share of the crypto market reached its highest level of 2018, according to CoinMarketCap data.