The chasm -- now at the widest since May 2020 -- underscores anxiety among investors as fears of recession in Europe and the US mount.
Investors who piled into SPACs at the height of the industry’s mania with dreams of triple-digit returns are facing a harsh reality.
SEC is weighing changes to stock-market rules that could force trading firms to directly compete to execute trades from retail investors.
The move by the activist investor ratchets up pressure against the LME, which has been widely criticized for its handling of the crisis in nickel.
Bankers, engineers, data scientists and sales staff from Wall Street, the City of London and Silicon Valley are among those joining an exodus.
Citigroup Inc. may record losses of at least $50 million following a London staffer’s fat-finger trade.
Deutsche Bank AG’s embattled DWS Group Chief Executive Officer Asoka Woehrmann resigned hours after a police raid.