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11/25/20147:10PMDJNRegulators Give Passing Grade to Wells Fargo Plan on Theoretical Bankruptcy -- Update
By Ryan Tracy And Victoria McGrane WASHINGTON--U.S. regulators said Wells Fargo & Co. has convinced them that the financial system would not likely be seriously damaged if the bank were to ever collapse, giving it a passing grade that ratchets up the pressure on other big banks slammed for producing unrealistic bankruptcy... More...>>
11/25/20144:05PMPRNUSWebster Financial Announces Receipt of Regulatory Approval to Acquire Health Savings Account Business from JPMorgan Chase
Webster Financial Announces Receipt of Regulatory Approval to Acquire Health Savings Account Business from JPMorgan Chase PR Newswire WATERBURY, Conn., Nov. 25, 2014 WATERBURY, Conn., Nov. 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Webster Financial Corporation (NYSE: WBS), the holding company for Webster Bank, N.A., announced today that... More...>>
11/25/20143:50PMDJNFrontier Bond Sales Poised for Buoyant Year-End -- 2nd Update
By Ben Edwards and Josie Cox Some of the world's riskiest government borrowers are embarking on a last minute debt-raising spree before the markets shut for the winter break, extending a record-breaking year for so-called frontier bond sales. Frontier market countries including Kenya, Ethiopia and Pakistan--each rated... More...>>
11/25/20143:47PMDJNFrontier Bond Sales Poised for Buoyant Year-End -- 2nd Update
By Ben Edwards and Josie Cox Some of the world's riskiest government borrowers are embarking on a last minute debt-raising spree before the markets shut for the winter break, extending a record-breaking year for so-called frontier bond sales. Frontier market countries including Kenya, Ethiopia and Pakistan--each rated... More...>>
11/25/20149:48AMBWChase Donates $50,000 to the American Red Cross in Support of Relief Efforts in Buffalo
Chase announced a donation of $50,000 to support Buffalo residents as they begin the difficult recovery following last week’s devastating Lake Effect snow storm. The grant will go to the American Red Cross of Western and Central New York, which will support the winter storm response upstate and related emergencies. “The... More...>>
11/25/20147:51AMDJNAfrican Bond Sales Poised for Buoyant Year-End -- Update
By Ben Edwards African bond sales are poised for a buoyant end to the year. Kenya followed Ethiopia Tuesday by announcing debt sale plans, seeking to reopen two bonds it issued in June. African borrowers have already raised almost $9 billion from selling bonds this year, broadly keeping pace with last year's record $11... More...>>
11/21/20145:45PMDJNLawmakers Lambaste New York Fed Chief on Lax Oversight -- Update 1
By Ryan Tracy WASHINGTON--The head of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York defended the regulator's oversight of large financial firms amid tough questioning from Senate Democrats, who accused the Fed of kowtowing to the biggest banks. William Dudley, the New York Fed's president appearing at a Senate hearing, denied his... More...>>
11/21/201411:00AMDJNTarullo Says Regulators Looking at Banks' Commodities Activities
WASHINGTON--Bank regulators are expanding their examination of bank activities in commodities markets, a senior Federal Reserve official plans to tell Congress Friday. Fed governor Daniel Tarullo, who will testify before the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, will provide details of the Fed's review of the... More...>>
11/20/20148:10PMDJNBanks Face Senate Grilling on Commodity Deals
WASHINGTON--Executives at three of Wall Street's biggest banks faced a grilling at a Senate hearing Thursday examining whether their commodity businesses wielded unfair market power or put the financial system at risk. Sen. Carl Levin (D., Mich.), chairman of the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, spent three... More...>>
11/20/20147:50PMDJNAlibaba Becomes Wall Street's Favorite Customer -- 3rd Update
By Mike Cherney Wall Street has a new favorite customer: Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. The Chinese e-commerce company has emerged as this year's biggest source of fees for banks working on capital-markets deals. After its $25 billion initial public offering in September, the largest in history, the Chinese Internet company... More...>>
11/20/20147:41PMDJNBanks Face Senate Grilling on Commodity Deals: Update
By Ryan Tracy And Christian Berthelsen WASHINGTON--Executives at three of Wall Street's biggest banks faced a grilling at a Senate hearing Thursday examining whether their commodity businesses wielded unfair market power or put the financial system at risk. Sen. Carl Levin (D., Mich.), chairman of the Senate Permanent... More...>>
11/20/20141:53PMBWChase Celebrates the Holidays with VIP Lounges for United MileagePlus Cardmembers
Special Amenities Include Complimentary Gift Wrapping, Refreshments, Entertainment and More Chase and United Airlines will roll out the red carpet once again this holiday season with a VIP Lounge experience for United MileagePlus cardmembers at two major shopping malls in San Francisco, Calif., and Short Hills, N.J., two... More...>>
11/20/20141:34PMDJNGoldman Faces Senate Grilling on Aluminum Deals
By Christian Berthelsen And Ryan Tracy WASHINGTON-- Goldman Sachs Group Inc. executives faced a tough grilling Thursday before a U.S. Senate committee, as lawmakers accused the bank of engaging in a series of aluminum transactions to give itself an unfair advantage. Sen. Carl Levin (D., Mich.), in a heated back and forth... More...>>
11/19/20148:40PMDJNBank Payouts for Government-Job Takers Under Fire
A shareholder activist group is taking aim at the revolving door between banks and the U.S. government. The union group AFL-CIO sent letters Wednesday to seven banks, including Citigroup Inc., J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. and Goldman Sachs Group Inc., asking for more information on how they pay executives departing for... More...>>
11/19/20148:20PMDJNBank Payouts for Government-Job Takers Under Fire
By Christina Rexrode A shareholder activist group is taking aim at the revolving door between banks and the U.S. government. The union group AFL-CIO sent letters Wednesday to seven banks, including Citigroup Inc., J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. and Goldman Sachs Group Inc., asking for more information on how they pay executives... More...>>
11/19/20146:40PMDJNRegulators' Clarification Still Sows Banks' Unease
By Gillian Tan After repeated attempts by U.S. regulators to curb lending for debt-laden takeovers, Wall Street banks are still taking divergent views on whether they need to pass on potentially lucrative deals. Barclays PLC, Bank of America Corp., Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Royal Bank of Canada's RBC Capital Markets... More...>>
11/19/20145:32PMDJNSenate Report Says Banks Gained Unfair Advantages in Commodity Markets
By Christian Berthelsen and Ryan Tracy WASHINGTON -- A two-year U.S. Senate investigation of commodity-market activities at big Wall Street banks like Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. found the firms compromised market integrity and put the broader financial system at risk. The firms did so by influencing... More...>>
11/19/20144:25PMBWJPMorgan Chase & Co. Declares Quarterly Coupon on Alerian MLP Index ETN
JPMorgan Chase & Co. announced today the quarterly coupon amount for the Alerian MLP Index ETN (NYSE Arca:AMJ). The table below summarizes the coupon amount for the Alerian MLP Index ETN (the “Notes”).                               NYSEArcaTicker     RegisteredIssue Name     DeclarationDate  ... More...>>
11/19/20141:00PMDJNDOJ Collected Record $24 Billion in Fiscal 2014
WASHINGTON--The Justice Department collected more than $24 billion in criminal and civil penalties in the budget year that ended in September, officials said Wednesday, more than triple the amount collected the year before. The record amount was boosted by hefty fines the government has levied against big Wall Street banks... More...>>
11/19/201412:34PMDJNJustice Department Collected Record $24 Billion in Fiscal 2014
By Devlin Barrett WASHINGTON--The Justice Department collected more than $24 billion in criminal and civil penalties in the budget year that ended in September, officials said Wednesday, more than triple the amount collected the year before. The record amount was boosted by hefty fines the government has levied against... More...>>


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