Chinese Banks Had an 'Absolutely Monstrous' Month for New Loans
Chinese banks logged a record amount of new loans in January, as the government's effort to contain financial risks caused a shift toward traditional lending from murkier forms of financing.
Why Private Equity Risks Tripping on Its Own Success
The past decade has seen a flood of capital into hard-to-see, less liquid assets, transforming the scale and scope of the private-equity firms managing this money.
Stock-Market Valuations Look More Appealing After Recent Rout
For investors who have complained about the stock market being too expensive, last week's sudden rout has something good to offer.
Trump Administration Proposes Fees for Futures Industry
The White House proposed levying fees on derivatives users to bolster the Commodity Futures Trading Commission's 2019 budget, an idea that may be dead on arrival because of industry opposition.
Deutsche Bank to Pay $4.4 Million Over Traders Who Misled
Deutsche Bank AG agreed to pay more than $4.4 million to settle regulatory claims that it failed to supervise traders who misled customers about the price of commercial mortgage bonds.
Steven A. Cohen's Investment Firm Sued for Discrimination By Female Staffer
A female employee at the private investment firm of hedge-fund billionaire Steven A. Cohen filed a discrimination lawsuit Monday, alleging unfair pay practices and a pervasively sexist work environment.
Equifax Hires New Chief Information Security Officer
Equifax said it has hired a new chief information security officer to help with the company's overhaul of its security in the wake of its massive breach last year.
Guggenheim Money Manager Resigns After Internal Probe
Guggenheim Partners LP said James Michal, a star money manager with the investment firm, resigned following a company investigation into behavior unrelated to his portfolio management duties.
Market Volatility Strikes Products Linked to Turmoil Index
The recent implosion of two exchange-traded products is renewing questions about the impact of fast-growing passive funds on the markets they are meant to track.
Barclays Hit by New Charge Over 2008 Fundraising
Barclays was charged for a second time by U.K. authorities over a criminal case relating to an emergency fundraising in 2008 from Middle Eastern investors.