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Spain’s Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria, known globally as BBVA, last week said it was making a new foray into e-commerce, but it won’t be selling online mortgages and certificates.
Wall Street will get a first taste of whether the bank’s efforts to revamp its reporting structure were fruitful when Goldman reports fourth-quarter financial results next week and hosts its first-ever investor day later this month.
Banks are increasingly using environmental, social and governance and governance factors when underwriting corporate borrowing, according to a new report from Fitch Ratings.
Oman’s central bank raised OMR40 million by way of allotting treasury bills on Tuesday.
…Tipp remains bullish on global bonds, betting that major economies are likely to remain stuck with low growth and low inflation, forcing central banks to hold down rates. If he is wrong, and bonds do…
UBS will cut up to 500 jobs, according to a person familiar with the matter, stripping out layers of bureaucracy in its wealth-management arm as it attempts to keep its edge as bank to the world’s rich and cut costs.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York added nearly $100 billion in short-term liquidity to financial markets.
The last two U.S. presidents, Barack Obama and George W. Bush, each considered killing Qassem Suleimani, the powerful commander of Iran’s Quds Force.
Some debt investors are taking a second look at mortgage bonds after a summer slump pushed yields on the securities to their highest levels in years relative to U.S. Treasurys.