By Matthew Green LONDON (Reuters) – The University of Cambridge pledged on Thursday to reduce the climate-warming emissions from its investments to net zero within 18 years, a first among academic
By David Randall NEW YORK (Reuters) – Billionaire bond fund manager Jeffrey Gundlach suggested in a Twitter post late Saturday that he may move from California to a lower-tax state if Sacramento
(Reuters) – Bank of America Corp said on Friday it was issuing a $2-billion bond, where a portion of the proceeds will be used for the financial empowerment of Black and Hispanic-Latino communities.
By John McCrank NEW YORK (Reuters) – The Members Exchange (MEMX), a new U.S. stock exchange backed by some of the biggest customers of the New York Stock Exchange and Nasdaq Inc, launched on Monday
(Reuters) – Citigroup Inc’s institutional clients group (ICG) unit named Kira Cordoba-Brown as the head of talent & diversity on Tuesday.
LONDON (Reuters) – British fund managers’ assets under management rebounded by the end of June towards record highs above 8 trillion pounds seen before the COVID-19 pandemic, estimates from the
By Marc Jones LONDON (Reuters) – The option of a one-time payment holiday during times of intense crisis might enable countries to pandemic-proof their bonds, a prominent debt fund believes.
By Jonathan Stempel (Reuters) – Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway Inc said on Friday it has sold shares of some of the largest U.S. banks, slashing its stakes in Wells Fargo & Co
By Mark Miller CHICAGO (Reuters) – What happens to Social Security if we eliminate its funding?