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Banking & finance

Credit Suisse was part of foreign-exchange 'conspiracy network,' lawyer says

Credit Suisse is the only one of the banks to go to trial, which kicked off Tuesday following jury selection.


Crypto has no place in private banking for now, Pictet says

Banking giants shunned crypto for years -- JPMorgan Chase & Co. CEO Jamie Dimon famously called Bitcoin a “fraud" in 2017.

Company in the news

JPMorgan records sought in case alleging 'unfair' Jardine deal

The bank’s JPMorgan Cazenove Ltd. unit was the lead financial adviser to Jardine Matheson during Jardine Strategic's privatisation

Global Economy

Briefs: Ethereum's dominance in DeFi is 'far from given', says JPMorgan

Waning enthusiasm for the Ethereum blockchain could dent the price of Ether.

Global Economy

The global economic recovery has slowed from a bounce to a grind

The best is already over for a global economic recovery that started off at a sprint and is turning into a slog.

Global Markets

Investors may remain in cash as safe assets struggle: JPMorgan

Above-average allocations to cash may be an unintended consequence of easy-money policies, say JP Morgan strategists.

US stocks

Trump's election tweets to drive jump in volatility, says JPMorgan

Tweets mentioning “ventilators” had the most impact on the market this year.

US Presidential Race

Investors should position for rising odds of Trump win: JPMorgan

Betting odds that earlier had Trump well behind challenger Joe Biden are now nearly even -- largely due to the impact on public opinion of violence around protests, as well as potential bias in polls, said strategist Marko Kolanovic.

Global Economy

Asia wealth management have wings clipped with bankers stuck at home

Already, the likes of UBS Group AG and JPMorgan Chase & Co. have seen the growth of new money in Asia take a hit.

Global Economy

Morgan Stanley economists have 'greater confidence' in call for V-shape global recovery

The global economy is in a new expansion cycle and output will return to pre-coronavirus crisis levels by the fourth quarter, according to Morgan Stanley economists.