Posts Tagged “europe”
by Wall Street Job Report on December 13, 2012
European Union officials reached a tentative deal with lawmakers to ban banker bonuses that are more than double annual salaries.
by Wall Street Job Report on October 4, 2012
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US banking executives like to scoff at some of their European rivals with words such as these: “I only really see two and a half European competitors here,” says one head of investment banking. “Deutsche and Barclays are the two and then the half is one of the Swiss banks,” said the US executive.
by Wall Street Job Report on September 26, 2012
US car giant Ford has said that it will cut several hundred jobs in Europe because of declining demand, including in the UK.
by Wall Street Job Report on September 6, 2012
The S&P 500 jumped to a more than four-year high on Thursday as a new bond-buying program in Europe was hailed as an effective way to contain the region’s debt crisis.
by Beth Connolly on July 12, 2012
Just like the uncertainty in Europe, the uncertainty surrounding the impending fiscal cliff at the end of 2012 is hanging over the financial markets like a dark cloud. Two uncertainty indices–the VIX and a another created by two Stanford University (…)