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A startup that wants to be the iOS of Wall Street has made 2 big hires

The company counts some of the biggest players on Wall Street as its clients.

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Lloyds HBOS trial: Former watchdog chief to give evidence in secret

Sir Hector Sants, former head of the now disbanded Financial Services Authority, is due to give evidence in secret in December.

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Italy's biggest bank accidentally emailed its quarterly results a fortnight early

The bank accidentally released financial results late on Monday by uploading to its website a table of historical figures with 'hidden but accessible' figures.

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Brighthouse to pay £14.8MILLION in compensation to 249,000 customers

BRIGHTHOUSE is to pay out £14.8MILLION in compensation to customers after the financial watchdog found that it had treated customers unfairly. Some customers will have the loans written off, while others will be handed back cash due to the investigatio

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Pound to euro exchange rate – sterling recovering ground ahead of crunch European Council Summit

THE pound has continued to rise ahead of a European Council Summit which will debate Brexit talks.      By 8am this morning Sterling had risen in value to 1.1232 euros compared to yesterday at 5pm of 1.1222. It comes amid news that the UK is o

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No railcard on you, no discount – until now

Forgetting your railcard can mean a hefty bill when the ticket inspector comes – or at least it used to

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People worry the boom in selling digital coins could mean 'boiler room is resurrected'

Startups are promoting their ICOs on platforms like messaging app Telegram, Twitter, and Slack.

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These are the 17 countries with the safest banks in the world

The UK and US don't make the cut and Switzerland isn't number one.

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The 2 biggest threats to trust in global markets, according to a senior Bank of England adviser

Mark Yallop pointed to electronic trading and the fragmentation of international regulators as threats to good conduct and trust in global markets.

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China's Xi Jinping is officially its most powerful leader since Mao

The Chinese president's name was added to the country's constitution on Tuesday, the first time a living leader's name has been added since Mao ruled.

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Online holiday shopping is poised to beat in-store sales for the first time ever — and it's terrible news for retailers like Sears and Macy's

For the first time ever, people say they plan to spend more money online than in stores this holiday shopping season.

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The scandal of the extra tax being slapped on people for accessing their savings

More than £100millon in unfair tax will be siphoned out of people's pensions this year alone according to new figures - but you can claim it back

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BAUPOST'S KLARMAN: Investors are asking the wrong question about the stock market

The Baupost Group, one of the world's largest hedge funds with $31 billion, made nearly no money in the third quarter and holds 40% of its assets in cash.

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Facebook's targeting lets advertisers push political hot buttons all over the world (FB)

Facebook's advertising problem isn't just a national political issue; it's a global one.

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There has been a shake-up at the top of Credit Suisse's US equities business

Darlene Pasquill, a Credit Suisse veteran and the head of Americas equities business, has left the bank, according to people familiar with the matter. She...

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STOCKS SLIDE: Here's what you need to know

Stocks hit all-time highs early on Monday before sliding into the market close.

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Trump's tax plan could give a bigger boost to foreign investors than America's middle class

Foreign holders of US stocks could see a much bigger boost from Trump's tax plan than middle-income Americans, according toa new analysis.

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The founder of the world's largest hedge fund just shared brutal analysis of the US economy

While the headline numbers show a growing, healthy economy, there's a lot more going on under the surface that needs to be paid attention to.

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The Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio is Italy's stunning answer to the BMW M3

Alfa Romeo has high hopes for its beefy four-door as it re-establishes itself in the USA.

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The top 0.1% of American households hold the same amount of wealth as the bottom 90%

"To understand what’s going on in “the economy,” it is a serious mistake to look at average statistics," writes Ray Dalio.

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Wall Street is starting to worry about what Trumpcare is doing to hospitals

Morgan Stanley analysts already see what uncertainty over the ACA's future is doing to hospitals, and it's not good.

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Uber may have reached a tipping point in New York City — and that's bad news for taxis

Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas published a research note in which he assessed some trends for raid-hailing services and taxi patronage in NYC.

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EX-OBAMA ECONOMIST: The Trump team’s claim that tax cuts would boost wages is 'more than a little far-fetched'

Jason Furman, President Barack Obama's former chief economist, takes issue with the White House's claim of a sharp wage boost from corporate tax cuts.

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A $1,000 bagel topped with gold flakes and wine jelly is about to go on sale in New York City

The Westin New York in Times Square is selling a gold-flecked bagel that costs $1,000.

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Hedge fund billionaire Bill Ackman told a CEO he gets more 'clicks on the internet' than anyone except Donald Trump

Billionaire hedge fund manager Bill Ackman told the CEO of activist target ADP that he gets "more clicks on the internet" than anyone but Donald Trump.

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Hedge fund Marcato sues Deckers over board election

BOSTON (Reuters) - Marcato Capital Management sued Deckers Outdoor Corp on Monday to force the maker of Ugg boots to hold its annual meeting and classify the hedge fund's board nominees so the...

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Rent payments should form part of credit scores to help struggling Generation Rent get on housing ladder, MPs say

RENT PAYMENTS should be automatically used as part of credit scores to help struggling Generation Rent get a house, MPs have said. The move has been backed by the Residential Landlords Association, who say it can help to give a more accurate assessment of

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