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Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman's 2016 Pay Rises 7 Pct to $22.5M

Morgan Stanley Chief Executive James Gorman's overall pay rose 7 percent in 2016 as the Wall Street bank's stock soared and it edged closer to hitting a key profitability target.
Newsmax

Morgan Stanley set to pare bonuses for equities traders

Wall Street's biggest stock-trading firm by revenue is cutting its global bonus pool for the equities unit by as much as 4pc.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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News video: Morgan Stanley's Garner: We Are Overweight Japan Equities

Morgan Stanley's Garner: We Are Overweight Japan Equities 05:02

Jan.19 -- Jonathan Garner, chief Asian and emerging markets equity strategist at Morgan Stanley, discusses Japanese equities, the yen, Chinese capital outflows and equity markets in China. He speaks to..
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News video: Morgan Stanley's Gorman on Markets, Trump, Populism

Morgan Stanley's Gorman on Markets, Trump, Populism

Jan.19 -- James Gorman, chairman and chief executive officer at Morgan Stanley, talks about his optimism for the year ahead, bank regulation, and how he views his firm and the banking industry. He..
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News video: Morgan Stanley's Gorman: Wouldn't Throw Out Dodd-Frank

Morgan Stanley's Gorman: Wouldn't Throw Out Dodd-Frank 03:13

Jan.19 -- Morgan Stanley Chairman and CEO James Gorman weighs in on banking rules and regulations. He speaks with Erik Schatzker from the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland on "Bloomberg..
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News video: Gorman: Trump, Brexit 'Not a Flash in the Pan'

Gorman: Trump, Brexit 'Not a Flash in the Pan' 01:48

Jan.19 -- James Gorman, chairman and chief executive officer at Morgan Stanley, warns of a fundamental shift represented by Brexit and the election of Donald Trump. He speaks with Bloomberg's Erik..
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News video: Trust Trump Rally for Time Being But Beware Summer Selloff

Trust Trump Rally for Time Being But Beware Summer Selloff 02:25

A strong economic tailwind heading into Trump's first term dictates that investors should stick with stocks for the time being. Nevertheless, things could get a bit tricky come this summer due to..
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Donald Trump rally could lose steam as inauguration approaches, says Morgan Stanley

Buy the election, sell the inauguration, says Morgan Stanley. The rally fuelled by dreams to "rebuild America" has run far enough.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Morgan Stanley fined for using customers' cash to lower costs

Morgan Stanley will pay $US7.5 million to resolve US Securities and Exchange Commission claims that the firm improperly used customer cash to lower its borrowing costs.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Morgan Stanley bearish on iron ore, bullish on base metals

Base metals win out over bulks as Morgan Stanley's top picks for next year on bets of rising demand from the US and China.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Why Flight Centre Travel Group Ltd shares have plunged today

Flight Centre Travel Group Ltd (ASX:FLT) has dropped like a stone after a research note out of Morgan Stanley. Should you buy the dip?
Motley Fool

Morgans offloads Investa stake

The real estate arm of US investment bank Morgan Stanley has all but severed ties with property group Investa.
The Australian

New twist in IOF battle

Morgan Stanley is selling its 9pc stake to the super funds that control the $10bn Investa Office Management platform.
The Australian

Morgan Stanley warns Australia's economy may have gone backwards

Several factors may cause the Australian economy to record its fourth quarter of negative growth in 25 years, Morgan Stanley analyst has warned.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Broker thinks Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Ltd. shares could get close to $100

Domino's Pizza Enterprises Ltd. (ASX:DMP) shares have surged higher after Morgan Stanley placed a $95 price target on its shares. Should you invest in the pizza chain franchisor?
Motley Fool

Wall Street bank changes call on Pearson

‘Could do better’. This was title line of a research note on Pearson PLC (LON:PSON), the educational publisher, which is battling tough trading conditions. Earlier this month, in its third-quarter..
Proactive Investors

Deutsche Bank's US legal wrangle could take months to resolve

The brokers were in ‘sit-on-the-fence mode’ in the wake of the Deutsche Bank’s (ETR:DBK) highly-anticipated quarterly figures. The two issues were the robustness (or otherwise) of the balance..
Proactive Investors

Coca-Cola Amatil shares dive on growth fears

Of the dozen analysts who follow the company, there is only one 'buy' recommendation (Citi) and one overweight/in-line call (Morgan Stanley) with all other analysts placing..
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

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