'We expect lower economic growth and heightened uncertainty over the UK's future trade relationship with the EU'
Barclays was down 10.3 per cent and RBS was down 15 per cent on Monday, triggering automatic circuit breakers
Companies in industries like travel and advertsing, which are heavily exposed to swings in currencies, said they would reassess their plans
His comments followed Prime Minister David Cameron’s announcement that he will step down later this year
Barclays launched its first credit card in 1966. Sean O’Grady takes a look at the history of spending, the accumulation of debt and how we are all living beyond our means
HSBC to cut 840 jobs; Philips to launch sale of shares in lighting division; Pfizer in $5.2bn deal
Deal for one of Europe’s largest vaults to be completed July
Customers will not need to open an app, enter a PIN or give their finger print but simply press the home button on the phone
Barclays has reported a 25% fall in pre-tax profits to £793m for the first quarter of 2016.
Atlas Mara in talks with consortium of investors about potential merger
Circle offers its users the opportunity to send written messages, emojis and animated “GIF” videos, along with their money transfers
The FCA requires banks to be confident that their customers are not using accounts to receive the proceeds of crime
In the second part of his investigation into lobo loans, Michael Bow looks at the role of the sophisticated financial middlemen who profited by pushing these controversial products on to local authorities around Britain
The British bank is offloading a big stake in its African business. And who is sniffing around? None other than Barclays’ former boss Bob Diamond, reports Michael Bow
The move follows the bank’s announcement that it will sell 62 per cent stake in Barclays Africa Group on Tuesday
Barclays' bonus pool for staff was £1.67 billion for 2015, 10 per cent down from 2014