Financial insitution is ‘Barclexiting’ from a large number of its businesses and countries, but the price is a high one as its latest results show
CEO Jes Staley says he sees no reason to change strategy in light of Brexit
Could this financial behemoth of a bank become "too big to serve" in a future dominated by internet and phone banking
Inequality was highlighted by the shock Brexit vote – and figures are showing that executive pay is often a reward for sheer luck rather than the superlative skill and management expertise that we hear so much about
The deal shows the strong resilience of the market despite of the uncertainty surrounding the Brexit vote
A Congressional report says Osborne and the City watcdhog impeded US efforts to bring the bank to book over money laundering and sanctions busting
The outcome of last month's referendum in Britain has heightened volatility on financial markets and increased downside risks for Italy, according to the IMF
Policy makers accepted the responsibility for restoring the health of the global economy, but their efforts have been only partially effective – they have been unable to deliver the required miracles
'The whole banking market is under pressure,' says Lorenzo Bini Smaghi, chairman of Societe Generale
The cuts are part of the plan to axe about 9,000 roles by 2017
From backing TTIP to watering down rules that would restrain gambling on basic foods, far from representing the British people in Brussels, the government acts as mouthpiece for the City
Have you ever wondered what phrases one of the most powerful banks in the world is looking for?
If you know where people have been, what sites they visit, what apps they download, and also their spending habits, you know a massive amount about them – much more than their bankers, the credit and debit card companies
Hillary Clinton was paid $675,000 for just three speeches by banking giant Goldman Sachs
A 35-year-old needs to invest £125,000 to earn a pension of £35,000 when the interest rate is 5 per cent. If it's 2 per cent, they'll need to save £400,000
'London is the epicentre of so much of the sleaze that happens in the world'