The U.S. Department of Justice has asked Credit Suisse to pay between US$5 billion and US$7 billion to settle a probe over its sale of toxic mortgage securities in the run-up to the 2008 financial crisis, a source with knowledge of the matter said, but the bank has resisted settling for that amount.
“The drivers of this increasing demand for those with college and graduate degrees are likely to continue to be important,” Yellen said.
Fairfax will pay owners of Allied World US$54 per share – US$10 in cash and US$44 in Fairfax stock. The offer amounts to an 18 percent premium above Allied World’s Friday closing price of $45.77.
Asked what they consider to be the most positive outcome for the Canadian economy of a transition to a Trump administration, the most popular option by far was “increased support for the energy sector.”
Several tax credits are available for regular expenses this year. They vary from individual to individual, and province to province, but here are some basic credits that could apply to you.
The finance ministry in Ukraine will take over the bank, which is partly owned by one of the richest man in the country.
Greece wrangles with Germany and its creditors over a debt freeze that could trigger a liquidity crisis — again.
In this week’s Trader Poll, tell us which country do you think will ditch the euro currency first.
One Wells Fargo analyst gives his market predictions for 2017.