Continuing to buck the trend.
'Wide-ranging remedial action' appears to have been required.
It's been a long time since the jobless rate in the United States was as low as 6.1%.
The Fed's "wildly accommodative" monetary policy risks triggering the next world financial crisis, market veteran Stephen Roach has warned.
The U.S. Labor Department is one regulator that hasn’t immediately fallen into line to give Credit Suisse a pass following its May 19 guilty plea for helping Americans evade taxes.
Too pricey even for Goldman Sachs ?
A "clumsy" unwinding will have a very negative effect on the world economy, OppenheimerFunds CEO Bill Glavin told CNBC.
Credit Suisse agreed to pay $2.6bn in penalties and pleaded guilty to helping Americans cheat on their taxes, making it the first global bank in a decade to admit to a crime in a U.S. courtroom.
Credit Suisse agrees to pay $2.815bn; these settlements, net of existing provisions, will result in an after-tax charge of CHF 1.598bn to be booked in the second quarter of 2014
Credit Suisse is close to reaching an agreement to plead guilty and pay about $2.5bn to the U.S. Justice Department and regulators to resolve investigations into whether it helped Americans evade taxes, three people familiar with the matter said.