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The mistake resulted in the share price of Britain’s largest bank rising more than 10 per cent

Davos 2014: UBS chief fears Europe's banks are still in danger

Bankers and hedge funds split over whether enough has been done since the crisis

Jim Armitage: George Osborne's vow to raise £3.4bn from tax dodgers was cuckoo

Outlook If there's one thing you'll get accountants to agree with, it's that government pledges to recoup billions from tax avoiders are always massively overstated.

The Business Matrix: Tuesday 21 January 2014

Saxo moves into F1 sponsorship

Forex probe sees London banks suspend traders

Two of the world's largest banks suspended, or put on leave, traders in London and New York yesterday as part of an investigation into alleged manipulation of the trillion-dollar currency market.

Sergio Garcia has insisted he can no longer apologise for his 'fried chicken' jibe at Tiger Woods having apologised over and over again

Sergio Garcia claims he cannot apologise anymore for 'fried chicken' jibe at Tiger Woods and claims the matter is 'all over'

Golfer insists he has apologised over and over again after receiving abuse from small sections of the American crowd at the US Open last year

Simon Dyson admits he fell out of love with golf

HSBC Champions: Simon Dyson puts Shanghai 'aberration' in past

Cheating, even to flirt with the practice, is anathema to golfing mores. Simon Dyson came as close as a man can to being marked by a cross and cast out from his fellow pros.

Rory McIlroy takes part in a PR stunt ahead of the Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship

Abu Dhabi HSBC Golf Championship: Rory McIlroy claims to be 'smarter' having learned from previous distractions

The Northern Irishman says Caroline Wozniacki 'is the right girl for me' following their recent engagement

New closure threat for local bank branches

Local bank branches are facing fresh risks of closure, according to Derek French of the Campaign for Community Banking Services.

Money Insider: The 10-point credit card transfer checklist

The post-Christmas credit card bills will hit the doormat in the next couple of weeks. Instead of fretting about how you’re going to pay those bills, switch your balances to a 0 per cent deal to help you clear  your debt more quickly and cheaply.

Cineworld announced a merger with a Polish-listed rival

Polish merger makes Cineworld one of Europe's biggest chains

Cineworld announced a merger with a Polish-listed rival that sees it become one of Europe's biggest cinema chains, sending its shares jumping 4 per cent.

Chinese inflation hits 7-month low in December

Chinese inflation fell to its lowest level in seven months in December, catching analysts off-guard and easing fears a new squeeze in monetary policy in the world’s second-largest economy.

China moves to curb shadow banking with new rules

Renewed concerns over a slowdown in the Chinese economy emerged today as Beijing moved to rein in potential dangers in the nation's shadow banking system.

Investment Insider: Don't forget growth if you are tempted by yield from dividend

Two thirds of the UK economy is dependent on consumer spending

A £38bn ‘subsidy’ for Big Four hits small banks

Think tank warns reforms do not go far enough to tackle problems in the UK

Week Ahead: Aggreko's issues are related to the cyclical nature of the market and not its problems

Temporary energy supplier Aggreko will be hoping it can power up its share price despite concerns about its fleet of machines and some signs of waning demand from customers.

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