The company's Twitter has spent most of the last couple of days dealing with complaints from customers about the site's spotty service
Cable made the comments after an inquiry into banking culture was scrapped by the FCA
Bankers that manipulated foreign exchange markets have paid out $2bn in civil claims to aggrieved US clients. But in 2016 they will face still more claims in the UK courts. And the damages could be twice as large
Outlook: It strains credibility to see HSBC establishing its headquarters in New York, Toronto, or anywhere else on the North American continent
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The UK bank said pretax profits had risen 32 per cent in the third quarter
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HSBC has been one of the most vocal critics of the slew of regulations, including upcoming ring-fencing laws and the bank levy, imposed on British banks in the wake of the financial crisis.
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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
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.
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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.