The world’s securities firms are poised for 10 years of growth, according to Hans-Joerg Rudloff, the former chairman of that business at Barclays Plc.
South Korea and Taiwan have declared a cease-fire in Asia’s currency wars.
The hryvnia gained for a fourth day as the central bank restricted lenders’ access to the currency market to stabilize trading amid diplomatic efforts to contain turmoil in the country’s east.
Diageo Plc and Remy Cointreau SA reported sales that missed estimates, casting doubt over the outlook for distillers as growth slows in emerging regions.
A $4.5 billion money laundering investigation is putting the spotlight on an underground currency market wealthy Brazilians have used for years to dodge taxes.
Czech government bonds are set to continue their outperformance as local investors struggle to find alternatives, according to the country’s second-largest money manager.
Venezuela’s government is set to continue talks with the political opposition next week after two initial meetings failed to end 10 weeks of protests that have left at least 41 people dead.
Brink’s Co. plunged the most in two years after saying it will write down the value of its Venezuelan assets, showing how last month’s 88 percent currency devaluation is squeezing companies with cash in the country.
Venezuela’s government is set to hold new talks with the political opposition today after a meeting last week failed to end 10 weeks of protests that have left at least 41 people dead.
Job vacancies at London’s financial-services companies rose 10 percent last month as firms continued to hire employees to manage compliance and risk, according to a recruitment survey.
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