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Price Gains Ease in Europe but Core Inflation Keeps Policymakers ‘Up at Night’

A new year has brought Europe a little bit of good fortune. Unusually mild, even warm, weather has helped pull down natural gas prices after they soared for much of […]




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Goldman Sachs’ Marcus Consumer Banking Move Turns Costly

The combination of high interest rates and fast inflation has hit Goldman especially hard because of the slowdown in its most profitable businesses. In sales and trading, Goldman’s revenue last […]




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Big Banks Set Aside Billions as They Brace for a Downturn

America’s biggest banks issued warnings on Friday of economic malaise on the horizon, even as some reported better-than-expected profits.JPMorgan Chase, the nation’s largest bank, raised the risk of a “mild […]




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Sam Bankman-Fried Responds to Fraud Charges: ‘I Didn’t Steal Funds’

Sam Bankman-Fried, the disgraced cryptocurrency executive, on Thursday made his first detailed response to the criminal charges filed against him last month, arguing that the millions of customers of his […]




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Fed Officials Fretted That Markets Would Misread Rate Slowdown

Federal Reserve officials worried that inflation could remain uncomfortably fast, minutes from their December meeting showed, and some policymakers fretted that financial markets might incorrectly interpret their decision to raise […]




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Coinbase Reaches $100 Million Settlement With New York Regulators

Coinbase, a publicly traded cryptocurrency trading exchange based in the United States, agreed to pay a $50 million fine after financial regulators found that it let customers open accounts without […]




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Why Japan’s Sudden Shift on Bond Purchases Dealt a Global Jolt

What’s more, the growing gap between interest rates in Japan and elsewhere was pushing down the yen’s value, piling even more stress on the country’s highly import-dependent economy. That made […]




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For Many Wall Street Bankers, This Year’s Bonus Season Is a Bust

Investment banking revenue in the United States is expected to have dropped more than 50 percent from last year, to nearly $35 billion through mid-December, according to the data provider […]




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Investors Relying on Roboadvisers Are Seeking a Human Touch

Investors like Ms. Jones, who is a mentee of Mr. Matthews, represent both the potential and the pitfalls of apps that make buying stocks as easy as ordering a pizza. […]




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Sam Bankman-Fried Said to Be in Talks With Prosecutors Over Bail Deal

Sam Bankman-Fried’s legal team is discussing a deal with federal prosecutors that could allow the disgraced cryptocurrency mogul to be released on bail when he is extradited to the United […]