James Moore

James Moore is Deputy Business Editor at The Independent.

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The new dawn heralded by George Osborne has yet to rise

The UK economy may be back on track, but ordinary people are still being left behind

Living standards are not rising in line with growth

The Independent journalist James Moore pictured outside Mile End underground station in east London

The true cost of being disabled goes far beyond just the physical

Disabled people are facing some of the toughest financial challenges

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Barclays fights for dismissal of US legal action over dark pool traders

Barclays has squared up for a fight with the New York Attorney General, filing a motion to dismiss his accusation that the bank misled clients about the activities of “predatory” high-frequency traders in its American “dark pool” share exchange.

Standard Chartered Group Chief Executive Peter Sands

‘Vote of confidence’ for Standard Chartered boss Peter Sands

Standard Chartered appeared to blow a raspberry at its critics in the media and the investment community today, claiming “no succession planning is taking place” in the wake of reports that investors are becoming increasingly restive over the status of Peter Sands.

Regulators get twice as long to investigate City misconduct

The legal time limit forcing watchdogs to act against some City miscreants within just three years of discovering misconduct in the City doubles today.

RBS is under the spotlight again

MPs attack RBS bosses as 'wilfully obtuse' over claims about small business scandal

Royal Bank of Scotland executives have been accused of being “wilfully obtuse” with a Parliamentary committee over whether its controversial Global Restructuring Group was run as an “internal profit centre” for the bank.

James Moore: Crocs makers bitten, but they will survive

Outlook It wasn’t all that long ago that the makers of Crocs were aspiring to be the biggest reptiles in the footwear world.

James Moore: Fines for standing? Let’s applaud the LME

Outlook The City is now in the midst of the summer silly season as regards news. So here’s an apparently silly story.

James Moore: RBS has a lot to learn if it’s to regain customers’ trust

Outlook Oh dear. Just days after its chief executive Ross McEwan had again talked about his ambition to turn Royal Bank of Scotland into a paragon of banking virtue, it has egg all over its face again.

Every little helps, they say, and it didn’t take much to lift Tesco shares

Outlook: Mr Clarke pulled Tesco out of its disastrous American adventure and identified the problem with its antiseptic and unfriendly UK stores

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