- High Levels Of US Student Debt Hurting Home Sales
October 31 2013 9:15 AM
Student debt, now more than $1 trillion combined, affects graduates' credit scores and ability to buy a home.
- Bank Lending Still Half From Before Financial Crisis
October 30 2013 8:50 AM
Five years after the financial crisis banks are still not lending at the same levels they once did.
- Libya Struggles As Armed Gangs Roam The Country
October 29 2013 10:54 AM
Libyan armed robbers make off with $55 million in cash as post-Gaddafi Libya struggles with armed gangs.
- Morgan Stanley Eyes Larger Share Buyback: Report
October 29 2013 8:42 AM
America's second-largest investment bank wants permission to expand its current $500 million share buyback plan, which expires in March 2014.
- Japanese Bank Loaned Money To Criminal Gangs
October 28 2013 2:21 PM
A Japanese bank has been cleared of covering up $2 million in loans to Yakuza members.
- Super Whistle Blower Helping Beat Tax Dodgers
October 28 2013 10:57 AM
Five years ago the financial world was collapsing, but in one Geneva branch of HSBC, a banker was plotting a way to find Europe's tax cheats.
- Everything You Need To Know About JPMorgan's $13 Billion Payment
October 26 2013 3:55 PM
Everything you need to know about the biggest financial settlement in history: JPMorgan's $13 billion check to the U.S. government.
- Wall Street: $100 Billion In Fines, And Climbing
October 25 2013 9:29 AM
JPMorgan might be the poster child for bad bank behavior, but another big financial firm has paid out way more in fines.
- JPMorgan Linked To Madoff's $65B Ponzi Scheme
October 24 2013 2:51 PM
More than three years after Bernie Madoff went to jail, investigators mull a criminal case against JPMorgan.
- Obamacare Non-Enrollment Penalties To Be Delayed
October 24 2013 8:48 AM
The Obama administration has extended the deadline to the end of March, but consumers need to sign up by mid-February to be insured by March 31.
- Spain Escapes Two Years Of Recession
October 23 2013 4:12 PM
Does Spain's emergence from recession mean its austerity gets the credit? Or did austerity delay the recovery?
- Tax Loophole May Mean JPMorgan Recoups Part Of Billion-Dollar Fines
October 23 2013 1:54 PM
As JPMorgan's fines start to mount, a tax loophole means that they could end up paying a lot less.
- JPMorgan's Checkbook To Take Another Battering
October 23 2013 8:42 AM
A bad month is due to get worse as JPMorgan, fresh from a $13 billion DOJ settlement, is facing an additional $5.75 billion blow.
- Russia's Reliance On Oil Could Cost It Dearly
October 22 2013 3:47 PM
Russia relies on oil for 50 percent of its revenue, so what is it going to do when -- or if -- Iranian oil hits the market again?
- The Most Overpaid CEOs On Wall Street
October 22 2013 6:20 AM
A poor third quarter for Wall Street has renewed criticism of executive compensation. Who is the most overpaid?
- JPMorgan's Fine And What It Could Have Been Spent On Instead
October 21 2013 11:36 AM
A $13 billion fine might be the "cost of doing business" for JPMorgan, but it's a crime when you think of how it could otherwise be spent.
- Islamic Bond Project Huge Success In Nigeria
October 18 2013 2:25 PM
Africa is on pace to have 400 million Muslims by 2030, so the need for effective Islamic banking services is crucial.
- Here Are The Libor Defendants The UK Won't Let The WSJ Print
October 18 2013 10:27 AM
A U.K. court has ordered the Wall Street Journal to take down an online article that named defendants in the Libor case.
- New York City Home Sales Remain Strong
October 18 2013 5:50 AM
After years in a slump, NYC is seeing a huge increase in home prices fueled by big sales figures in two boroughs.
- Piracy Makes Troubling Comeback In Indian Ocean
October 17 2013 4:55 PM
Seven years after pirate attacks hit the headlines off the coast of Somalia, they're back all over the Indian Ocean.