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PMLiVE • Gemma Jones
Cramer's lightning round: Don't sell Deutsche Bank. It's just getting started
CNBC • Elizabeth Gurdus
DryShips Inc. (DRYS) Shares Tumble on Back of 3Q:17 Results
Smarter Analyst • Corey Williams
JPMorgan hired ex-cons, gave them access to customer data: watchdog
New York Post • Kevin Dugan
Anthem Announces Final Results of its Tender Offer for Any and All of its 7.000% Notes due 2019
BusinessWire
JPMorgan might be getting into bitcoin even though Jamie Dimon hates it
businessinsider.com.au • Frank Chaparro
Strategist Jim Paulsen sees a correction or 'a more challenging market' in 2018
CNBC • Michelle Fox
Too-big-to-fail banks keep getting bigger
CNN • Matt Egan
We Are Still In and We're More Committed than Ever
Forbes • Contributor, Mindy Lubber
 
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HSBC cops historic fine for Lehman-linked failures
Financial StandardJamie Williamson
The Hong Kong branch of HSBC's private banking division was fined a record HK$400 million (AU$67 million) for material systemic failures in the lead up to the GFC. Hong Kong's Securities and Futures Appeals Tribunal upheld the Securities and Futures Commission's 2015...
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Cuttsy + Cuttsy win Workingmums.co.uk top employer award
PMLiVEGemma Jones
Cambridgeshire, UK-based healthcare communications agency Cuttsy + Cuttsy has won a top employer award for the second year running. The Workingmums.co.uk’s Top Employer Awards - now in their eighth year - celebrate leading companies in gender diversity and flexible working. The judges...
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Bank of America, Economic Policy
Cramer's lightning round: Don't sell Deutsche Bank. It's just getting started
CNBCElizabeth Gurdus
Deutsche Bank: "You know what? I have felt that it's undervalued for ages. It's finally starting to show its stuff. Don't sell it. Don't sell Deutsche Bank." Henry Schein, Inc.: "Stock's been wobbling of late, but I have a total belief. I...
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DryShips Inc. (DRYS) Shares Tumble on Back of 3Q:17 Results
Smarter AnalystCorey Williams
DryShips (NASDAQ:DRYS) just announced its third-quarter earnings results that failed to live up to Wall Street’s expectations. The stock is down nearly 10% in after-hours trading Tuesday. Earnings Cash on Hand: The company’s cash position is getting tight. As of November 20,...
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Bank of America, Credit Cards
JPMorgan hired ex-cons, gave them access to customer data: watchdog
New York PostKevin Dugan
JPMorgan Chase hired ex-cons into jobs that could access clients’ bank-account information as it failed to properly screen thousands of employees for more than eight years, according to an industry watchdog. The financial behemoth headed by Jamie Dimon failed to perform proper...
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Anthem Announces Final Results of its Tender Offer for Any and All of its 7.000% Notes due 2019
BusinessWire
INDIANAPOLIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Anthem, Inc. (“Anthem”) announced today the results of its previously announced cash tender offer (the “Offer”) for any and all of its outstanding 7.000% Notes due 2019 (the “Any and All Notes”). Holders of all of the Any and All Notes...
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JPMorgan might be getting into bitcoin even though Jamie Dimon hates it
businessinsider.com.auFrank Chaparro
JPMorgan is considering whether or not to help clients tap into a potential market for bitcoin futures, according to The Wall Street Journal. CEO Jamie Dimon has derided the digital currency as a "fraud" and said he'd fire employees for trading bitcoin....
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Strategist Jim Paulsen sees a correction or 'a more challenging market' in 2018
CNBCMichelle Fox
There are a number of things "stacking up" that point to a bigger struggle for stocks next year, noted strategist Jim Paulsen told on Tuesday. "I don't see the elements of a bear market but I certainly think 2018 can bring us...
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Too-big-to-fail banks keep getting bigger
CNNMatt Egan
Many too-big-to-fail banks have grown even larger during the decade since the financial crisis. The 2008 meltdown showed how big banks that get into trouble can hold the entire global economy hostage. Hoping to avoid another round of unpopular bailouts, financial watchdogs...
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Bank of America, Climate Change
We Are Still In and We're More Committed than Ever
ForbesContributor, Mindy Lubber
With COP23 concluded and my Ceres colleagues home from Bonn, I’m grounded in a renewed affirmation of where we stand -- as both Americans and as global citizens -- and I’m more energized than ever to move faster and more boldly into...
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