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Fiat owns 58.5 per cent of Chrysler and wants to buy the 41.5 per cent stake held by the UAW trust fund, called the UAW Retiree Medical Benefits Trust, to secure access to cash and technology it needs to compete against rivals.Photograph: Reuters/Tony Gentile

Chrysler Group plans to file documents this month that would allow its minority investor to sell shares in a stock market listing, a process that will(...)

Risky but lucrative deals once fattened the profits of Wall Street banks, but five years after the collapse of Lehman Brothers, more and more risk is being driven to unregulated lenders that comprise the $60 trillion “shadow-banking” sector. Photographer: Scott Eells/Bloomberg

Just days after UBS AG said that it would gut its fixed-income trading business last October, three of the Swiss bank’s senior executives left to laun(...)

One of the more popular shares of the day in Dublin was Paddy Power, which saw approximately 250,000 shares change hands, a good number for the stock. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Stock markets treaded water yesterday. European markets dipped slightly, in the main, despite positive data on Chinese exports, while in the US the ma(...)

Josef Ackermann, who has resigned as  chairman of Zurich Financial Services Group  after  the death by suicide of  its chief financial officer. Photograph: Christian Hartmann/Reuters

Swiss insurer Zurich has confirmed its finance chief Pierre Wauthier left a note addressing his reportedly fraught relationship with supervisory board(...)

Hermes is hiking its prices after increases by its rivals such as LVMH’s Louis Vuitton and Kering’s Gucci earlier this year. Photograph: Reuters/Jacky Naegelen

Hermes plans to raise prices next year, partly in response to the rising cost of silks and leather, the French luxury group said today as it posted fo(...)

Office buildings light up the financial skyline. Nicky Loh/Getty Images

Intense competition, a tendency for wealthy Asians to use multiple private bankers and high staff costs are likely to force consolidation in the wealt(...)

The JPMorgan Chase  headquarters in Manhattan, NewYork. The bank is resisting what is says is one of the largest post-crisis settlements by any bank

US authorities are demanding JPMorgan Chase pay more than $6 billion to settle allegations it mis-sold securities to government-backed mortgage compan(...)

European shares fell in early trading this morning as tensions over Syria increased. Photo: Bloomberg

European stocks fell in early trade this morning as unease about the threat of a military strike against Syria prompted some investors to cash in on r(...)

World shares slid to their lowest level in more than a month and emerging markets fell for the fourth straight day today.
Fed unease sends shares lower

World shares slid to their lowest level in more than a month and emerging markets fell for the fourth straight day today, as concerns about an expecte(...)

Norway’s Statoil sold stakes in North Sea oil fields to Austria’s OMV yesterday, in a €2 billion deal, giving the former cash to develop new projects (...)

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