Thursday, 19 July 2018

Philip Scipio' s stories

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    Morgan Stanley ROE hits 15% in blowout quarter

    Ticker | 18 April 2018

    Morgan Stanley posted record first quarter revenue of US$11.1bn in the first quarter easily beating analysts’ estimates of US$10.4bn largely on the strength of sales and trading. Net income rose to US$2.7bn, or US$1.45 a share.

  • Goldman Sachs sign

    Goldman surfs volatility to trading rebound

    Ticker | 17 April 2018

    Goldman Sachs posted the best quarter for trading in three years, taking advantage of a turnaround in commodities and a spike in volatility.

  • Jefferies emerges from Leucadia's wing

    People & Markets | 13 April 2018

    Jefferies Group is ready to stand on its own again after more than five years of being under the protective wing of Leucadia National.

  • US banks get lift from stress test, leverage changes

    People & Markets | 13 April 2018

    The US Federal Reserve moved to rewrite rules on stress testing and leverage ratios, which could turn out to be a wash for the largest banks if both proposals are adopted.

  • Underwriting wanes at JPM and Citi

    People & Markets | 13 April 2018

    There are dark clouds on the horizon in 2018 for investment banking after JP Morgan and Citigroup posted weak first-quarter debt and equity underwriting results alongside weaker than expected trading results.

  • Goldman loses M&A halo

    People & Markets | 06 April 2018

    Goldman Sachs’ vaunted merger and acquisitions group had a rough quarter - at least by the Wall Street firm’s own lofty standards.

  • Wells Fargo creates CIB group

    People & Markets | 06 April 2018

    Wells Fargo is planning to integrate its corporate bank and investment bank in an effort to create a closer partnership between the two businesses, according to sources familiar with the realignment.

  • Goldman rehires Moorthy

    People & Markets | 06 April 2018

    Goldman Sachs has lured Hari Moorthy back from JP Morgan, naming him co-chief technology officer of Goldman Sachs Bank USA with Boe Hartman, and head of commercial banking engineering.

  • Greenhill builds restructuring firepower

    People & Markets | 06 April 2018

    Greenhill is making good on its promise to build out a dynamic restructuring team capable of helping the firm weather rough patches in its primary M&A advisory business.

  • JP Morgan wants more market share

    People & Markets | 06 April 2018

    In the decade since the financial crisis JP Morgan has pressed its advantage and taken a dominant position in capital markets and trading, chief executive Jamie Dimon said last week, adding that the bank is not done yet.