NEW YORK (Reuters) - A financial advisory unit of Deloitte LLP has agreed to pay $10 million and accept other New York state penalties to settle accusations of misconduct related to an investigation of money laundering at Standard Chartered Bank.
In the U.S., it's no secret that the unemployment rate for college grads is lower than that of those without college degrees. The same goes for China. Standard Chartered's Stephen Green presents them in his research note to clients. "Southwestern...Show More Summary
Banks led gains in European shares with HSBC and Standard Chartered boosted by a positive Citigroup note. ||| London - Banks led gains in European shares on Tuesday with HSBC and Standard Chartered boosted by a positive Citigroup note,...Show More Summary
The state’s brash financial regulator rubbed fellow overseers the wrong way over Standard Chartered. Now he risks doing the same for insurers. His capital-inflation beefs are legitimate, but other U.S. regulators are on the case. What’s needed is coordination, not a vigilante.
Harvey Jones takes a second look at Rolls-Royce Holdings, ARM Holdings, Wolseley, Schroders, and Standard Chartered.
LONDON -- Question 1: What was the third region, along with the U.K. and U.S., which Barclays' CEO Antony Jenkins identified as the focus for investment in his recent strategic review? Question 2: In what region is Standard Chartered ...Show More Summary
Barclays, Standard Chartered, and Old Mutual are investing in Africa.
LONDON -- In the last 12 months, shares in Standard Chartered are 18% higher. However, the bank has reported tougher trading in 2013. While the FTSE 100 is up 13% so far this year, shares in Standard Chartered are off by 1%. The...Show More Summary
This investor reckons that shares in Standard Chartered may be too cheap by half.
By Bill Black, the author of The Best Way to Rob a Bank is to Own One and an associate professor of economics and law at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Cross posed from New Economic Perspectivesa> Standard Chartered and HSBC’s leaders must be doubly humiliated by the description by Mythili Raman, the acting head of the U.S. Show More Summary
JAKARTA (Reuters) - Standard Chartered PLC's chief executive Peter Sands denied U.S. activist investor Muddy Waters' claim that the bank has taken on too much risk, saying its loan book was in a good condition and there is no change in risk appetite fo...
It's no secret that in the U.K., people are sick of bankers. While 'banker bashing' calmed in the U.S. in the years after the financial crisis, scandals like Libor manipulation and Standard Chartered's money laundering have seriously enraged British politicians. At least they're starting to get creative with it. Show More Summary
Petrofac, BHP Billiton, and Standard Chartered are all forecast to grow earnings on average by more than 5% in the next two years but are available on a P/E of less than 11.
LONDON (Reuters) - Standard Chartered shares fell and the cost of insuring its debt against default jumped on Monday after U.S. activist investor Muddy Waters said it had bet against the bank because of its "deteriorating" loan qual...
Standard Chartered, the UK lender that makes most of its profit in emerging markets, has applied for a banking licence in Angola and may do the same in Mozambique as it seeks to increase revenue from Africa. ||| banking Standard Chartered...Show More Summary
Standard Chartered has applied for a banking license in Angola and may do the same in Mozambique. ||| Johannesburg - Standard Chartered, the UK lender that makes most of its profit in emerging markets, has applied for a banking license in Angola and may do the same in Mozambique as it seeks to increase revenue from Africa. Show More Summary
J Sainsbury, Standard Chartered and InterContinental Hotels Group are dropping.
LONDON -- The FTSE 100 is sitting on another new five-year record at the time of writing, having gained 14 points to 6,571 so far today. Driven by positive earnings reports and economic optimism from China, the index of top UK shares...Show More Summary
Standard Chartered issues a disappointing first-quarter update.
LONDON -- The shares of Standard Chartered slumped 5% to 1,616 pence during early London trade this morning after the bank revealed lower first-quarter operating profits. Standard Chartered, which earns 84% of its profits in Asia, delivered a slight improvement in first-quarter revenue. Show More Summary