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Saturday, 21 October 2017

Gareth Gore' s stories

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  • Credit Suisse headquarters

    Deutsche, Credit Suisse wield knife on jobs

    People & Markets | 26 February 2016

    Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank began making job cuts within their global markets divisi

  • Canary Wharf financial district

    AT1 collapse adds to pressure on banks

    Top News | 12 February 2016

    European banks are facing the humiliating prospect of a fresh round of equity issuance and asset cuts after a collapse in the Additional Tier 1 bond market left the industry’s capital plans in tatters.

  • Canary Wharf financial district

    European banks' non-core losses hit €35bn

    Top News | 05 February 2016

    Further losses linked to non-core assets at UBS, Credit Suisse and

  • trader head hands

    Deal flow collapses as panic mounts

    Top News | 22 January 2016

    Issuers largely steered clear of primary markets last week for fear of getting caught up in ongoing panic that has pushed numerous equity indices including the FTSE, Nikkei, Hang Seng and DAX into bear markets and sent the rouble and Mexican peso to record lows.

  • Kinder Morgan Tank Farm

    US oil investors sitting on US$60bn of losses

    Top News | 22 January 2016

    Equity investors who have helped finance a doubling of US oil and gas production over the past few years are sitting on losses of around US$60bn, according to an IFR analysis, as plunging commodity prices destroy the economics underpinning much of the nascent industry.

  • People's Bank of China headquarters

    China pumps banks with liquidity to avert credit crunch

    Top News | 15 January 2016

    China has stepped up financial assistance for its banks, lending hundreds of billions of renminbi and loosening rules on acceptable collateral in an effort to avoid a possible credit crunch for heavily indebted local governments and companies.

  • JP Morgan edges out Goldman Sachs as highest 2015 fee earner

    People & Markets | 18 December 2015

    JP Morgan looks set to end the year as the bank that earned most from fees linked to bond and equity underwriting, corporate loans, and advisory work during 2015, according to provisional data from Thomson Reuters.

  • Simon Cooper

    Cooper picked to head CIB at StanChart

    People & Markets | 18 December 2015

    Standard Chartered has poached Simon Cooper from HSBC to run its corporate and institutional banking arm at a pivotal moment for the business as it embarks on overhauling its operations and boosting poor returns.

  • Exploring new frontiers

    Exploring new frontiers

    All Special Reports | 18 December 2015

    A plunge in commodity prices has left many energy exploration and production companies locked out of markets and struggling to refinance. Some are starting to get creative in an effort to ensure continued funding for their ongoing businesses.

  • Exploring new frontiers

    Exploring new frontiers

    All Special Reports | 18 December 2015

    A plunge in commodity prices has left many energy exploration and production companies locked out of markets and struggling to refinance. Some are starting to get creative in an effort to ensure continued funding for their ongoing businesses.