Banks weigh in on what the 2020 presidential election might do to the stock market

Sep 25, 2020
Economists often look to previous elections to model upcoming ones, but 2020 continues to break the mold.
Goldman Sachs economists said in a note Thursday that worries are overblown — that there will be a victor on election night and in turn the markets will stay steady.
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Banks crack down on multitrader chatrooms

Dec 18, 2013
JP Morgan and Deutsche Bank are prohibiting the use of some chat rooms amid ongoing investigations of currency manipulation. The move comes after UBS’s investment banking arm did the same last month.
JPMorgan, Deutsche Bank, and UBS are cracking down on traders using the chat feature on their Bloomberg terminals, like the one above.
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The UBS LIBOR emails... in haiku

Dec 20, 2012
Those internal emails of UBS LIBOR rate-rigging do have a certain poetic ring to them...

UBS targeted in interest-rate rigging scandal

Dec 14, 2012
Swiss bank UBS is reportedly close to a $1 billion settlement with regulators over the LIBOR rate-rigging scandal.

UBS could face a $1 billion LIBOR settlement

Dec 14, 2012
The Swiss banking giant UBS is reportedly headed for a $1 billion settlement over accusations it rigged LIBOR interest rates -- the benchmark for global lending.