EU agrees to landmark AI rules as governments aim to regulate products like ChatGPT
EU institutions spent the week hashing out proposals to come up with an agreement on how to regulate tools like ChatGPT.
Geopolitics and central banks could keep gold demand hot in 2024, World Gold Council says
A combination of geopolitical tensions and continued central bank buying should see gold demand remain resilient next year, according to the World...
Morgan Stanley and Wells Fargo are making headlines. Here’s our take on the news
Recent news reports shed light on how our financial names are pushing forward amid a tough operating environment.
QR codes may be a gateway to identity theft, FTC warns
The digital codes have become popular. But thieves are also using them to steal your personal data, the Federal Trade Commission warned.
Robinhood launches crypto trading service in the EU
Robinhood on Thursday launched its crypto service in the European Union, allowing users to buy and sell a range of over 25 digital currencies.
Wall Street CEOs say proposed banking rules will hurt small businesses, low-income Americans
The heads of America's largest banks, including JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America and Goldman Sachs are seeking to dull the impact of the new rules.
Goldman Sachs is betting on the small cap rally. Here's how.
Small cap stocks are undergoing a resurgence, and Goldman Sachs Asset Management is looking to capitalize on it through the exchange-traded fund...
Vietnamese companies eye the U.S. IPO market amid a lull in Chinese listings
A new group of Asia-based companies are contemplating IPOs in the U.S., where international listings were once driven mostly by Chinese startups
Job data suggests ‘soft landing’ is increasingly likely, economists say
Job openings pulled back in October while hires, quits and layoffs stayed steady, pointing to a nearly balanced labor market, economists said.
Wells Fargo CEO warns of severance costs of nearly $1 billion in fourth quarter as layoffs loom
Wells Fargo CEO Charlie Scharf said low staff turnover means the company would likely book a large severance expense in the fourth quarter.