All eyes are on the Federal Reserve as investors prepare for the central bank to make its tapering announcement.
Market players are split on whether recommendations to amend U.K. listing rules in order to bring more companies to London are a good idea.
International money managers expressed concern over the impact of the uncertain outcome of Tuesday's U.S. presidential election.
The European Commission's new measures to promote a single capital market in the region have been welcomed by money manager associations.
European Union member states should issue up to $1.1 trillion in joint bonds to help to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
Global credit conditions are set to weaken next year as growth slows, liquidity tightens and market volatility returns, Moody's warns.
David Schwimmer, a Goldman Sachs banker, was named CEO of the London Stock Exchange Group.
Deutsche Bank's said its money management unit, DWS, will list on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in the "earliest available window."
Xavier Rolet, CEO at the London Stock Exchange Group, will leave by the end of 2018.
The U.K.'s stock markets, pound sterling and growth forecast continued to fall Monday following the outcome of a referendum deciding that the country should leave the European Union.
The U.K. equities market received a boost Friday from an unanticipated outcome in the general election, with the Conservative Party set to form an outright majority government.
A group of 21 global managers believe Europe's high-yield market needs a revamp, referring to the U.S. for comparison and inspiration.