Two of the most powerful watchdogs in the US have sent investigators into the London headquarters of the giant bank Citigroup as the probe into alleged manipulation of global currency markets.
This figure rises to 75% for City investment banks, according to a new survey
Guilty plea follows spells as rave organiser and gambler
Credit Suisse follows JPMorgan, Bank of America and Goldman Sachs in effort to improve working practices on Wall Street
Chief executive says 'trust is a very easy thing to lose, and a very hard thing to win back'
The scandals continued, but the main message the City took home from 2013 was that the good times are back
People will be able to take pictures of cheques on their smartphones and send them to their bank to receive the money early, under a Treasury plan announced today.
Facebook shares fall as much as 5 per cent in pre-market trading
Diamond is expected to list a cash shell on the LSE in a bid to raise more than £150 million to acquire an African bank.
The European Commission has fined five international banks, including Royal Bank of Scotland, and a broker a record 1.7 billion euros (£1.4 billion) for rigging crucial interest rate benchmarks.
The Co-operative Bank has admitted for the first time it is losing customers after a series of scandals including alleged drug-taking by former chairman Paul Flowers.
41-year-old convicted of stabbing Ms Waugh and trying to sell her London flat
Compliance chief steps down from £3m role after month's sick leave
More than 2,000 people have put in offers on homes during the first month of the Help to Buy scheme, under which the taxpayer guarantees up to 15 per cent of mortgages, David Cameron will say today.
Sir Hector Sants, one of the most senior bankers of his generation, today became the latest top executive forced to quit temporarily due to stress.
Just £3.4m of the initial £244m in funding has been allocated as take-up numbers disappoint