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Morgan Stanley back in the spotlight

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Since the financial crisis, Wall Street firms have argued that they were victims, just like everybody else, of the bad mortgages that were churned out by subprime lenders like Countrywide and New Century.

Morgan Stanley oil trading deal off

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Morgan Stanley and Rosneft said Monday that they were terminating the agreed sale of a large portion of Morgan Stanley’s oil trading business to the state-controlled Russian oil company.

UBS in wealth management push

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UBS aims to triple the assets that its U.S. wealth management clients keep in fee-based accounts within seven to 10 years, a top executive said on Tuesday.

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Who's Been Hired Or Is On The Up ?

Citigroup has hired Carl Scott to head up its European interest rates exotic trading division. Scott, previously at WestLB, will replace Marco Arosio, who is taking up a new role in Citigroup's interest rate structuring team.

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Morgan Stanley to splash out more

Morgan Stanley plans to spend more money on share buybacks and dividends in 2015, executives said, in a step that could help the bank reach a key profitability target this year.

The World's Most Successful Traders In 2004 ?

We all know that whereas M&A was once King, the torch has now passed to the trading boys. Well, Trader Monthly magazine recently published its second annual list of the world's most successful traders (for 2004). The magazine has estimated what each trader makes by speaking to hundreds of industry sources, and sometimes the traders themselves. Because it is difficult to get a precise number, an earnings range has been applied against each trader's name. Here are the guys at the Top of that list:

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UBS in wealth management push

UBS aims to triple the assets that its U.S. wealth management clients keep in fee-based accounts within seven to 10 years, a top executive said on Tuesday.