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Trump Expected to Name This Former Wall Street Banker For Treasury

President-elect Donald Trump is expected to name former Goldman Sachs partner and Hollywood financier Steven Mnuchin as his nominee for Treasury secretary, a source said on Tuesday, putting a Wall Street veteran in the top U.S. 498 more words

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Edelweiss completes acquisition of JPMorgan's onshore fund schemes

28/11/2016 15:26

Edelweiss, one of India’s leading diversified financial services company, on Monday said that its wholly owned subsidiary Edelweiss Asset Management Company has completed the acquisition of the onshore fund schemes managed by JPMorgan Asset Management India. 80 more words

Finance

JPMorgan has made an important hire from Goldman Sachs, and it hints at the future of trading

(Source: www.businessinsider.com)

JPMorgan just announced a new line-up at the top of its markets execution team, and the team includes an interesting new hire from Goldman Sachs.  456 more words

Money Matters

11.22.16: Ruffles

Yesterday, Reuters reported that PDVSA had missed making a full bond payment worth $539 million to investors, triggering fears that that state-owned oil company was finally beginning to run out of money.  1,055 more words

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JPMorgan has made an important hire from Goldman Sachs, and it hints at the future of trading

(Source: www.businessinsider.com)

JPMorgan just announced a new line-up at the top of its markets execution team, and the team includes an interesting new hire from Goldman Sachs.  456 more words

Money Matters

'BLINK BLINK, NOD NOD': Highlights from the JPMorgan bribery case

(Source: www.businessinsider.sg)

JPMorgan on Thursday agreed to pay more than $264 million to US authorities to settle charges that it bribed officials in the Asia-Pacific region to win business, ending a nearly three-year investigation. 159 more words

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