EXCLUSIVE: Former chair of Independent Commission on Banking steps up battle with UK regulator for not being tough enough over lenders' capital buffers
Credit card debt grew by more in March than in any month since March 2005 according to new figures from the Bank of England
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A fifth of the world's gold is hidden under London, worth an estimated £172 billion ($248 billion).
Unsecured household consumer credit is rising at at an annual rate of 9.3 per cent - the fastest since before the financial crisis.
Alex Brazier’s claims that more bank equity hurts the economy branded ‘disturbing’
MPC rate-setter Martin Weale does not rule out move but is wary of side-effects
Similar steps were taken during 2008 financial crisis and privately considered during Scottish independence referendum
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Markit/CIPS survey snapshot of the sector described as 'exceptionally weak'
Financial systems need overhaul to avoid repeat of 2008, says former Governor of BoE
In 2011 the Vickers report argued that banks should be required to 'ring-fence' their deposit-taking retail operations by 2019, in order to protect taxpayers in the event of another financial crisis
UK economy is “uniquely vulnerable to financial shocks”, experts said
Since the start of the year, the Footsie has fallen 8 per cent, while the Dow Jones is down 8.5 per cent
The dip in the economy after 2008 was not nearly as serious as in the 1890s or 1930s, but the bounce-back has been slower