'Deutsche Bank did not merely mislead investors: It contributed directly to an international financial crisis.' - US Attorney General, Loretta Lynch
The public is no longer the largest shareholder in the lender but questions over value for money remain
The US Department of Justice is also suing Barclays for alleged mortgage securities fraud
Rejection of constitutional reform was latest in string of electoral tests to send shockwaves through Brussels' foundations
‘You don’t need to believe in climate change, you don’t need to believe that it is man-made. You just need to believe that governments are going to do stuff and that is going to affect your business. And then it is a material risk'
Fund warns of a a 'vicious cycle' of slow growth and increasing debt.
RBS sold the securities to two credit unions, which failed after the US housing bubble burst in 2008.
The bank is talking tough, but it will ultimately settle. The individual bankers responsible for the alleged misdeeds? They’re gone. Here’s why that’s a problem
World’s biggest financial services firm accused of negligence for failing to spot multi-billion dollar fraud over seven years
If cash had been retained by banks their capital buffers would have been boosted, say researchers
Brexit blamed for fund exodus that eclipses 2008 – but many investors will already regret their decision
The Big Questions: How does it affect me in another financial crisis? What does the Bank of England say?
Investors told to hold fast as the Brexit property fallout heralds an alarming sense of déjà vu, says David Prosser
Goldman Sachs has nothing to fear from Google
Excessive borrowing via credit cards, loans and overdrafts could make the last recession look like a walk in the park
Denied the option of devaluation, both countries have relied on debt-funded public spending to maintain economic activity and living standards. The people and their representatives refuse to face reality