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.
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.
The Northern Irishman says Caroline Wozniacki 'is the right girl for me' following their recent engagement
City insiders today played down talk that HSBC could be planning to float off a slug of its UK High Street business with a potential value of £20 billion.
Banking giant HSBC is considering a possible flotation of its British division, according to the Financial Times, citing three sources familiar with the matter.
Tesco suffered a downgrade to its share price rating from a major stockbroker today amid concerns about whether it can really sustain its current profit margins.
HSBC provided a major boost to the Government's Help to Buy scheme when it confirmed that it would begin offering mortgages worth up to 95 per cent of property values under the initiative.
One in six young people believe they will “end up on benefits” after leaving school, according to research published today.
Banking giant HSBC announced today that first-half year profits grew 10 per cent on the previous year to 14.1 billion US dollars (£9.2 billion) on lower bad debts and shrinking costs.
Group representing foreign missions says decision has 'caused havoc'
EasyJet flew still higher today with shares up almost 8 per cent as struggling competitors pulling out of routes helped the budget carrier put out a stronger-than-expected profit forecast for this year.
Campaign group Global Witness releases satirical film featuring BBC presenter
Lloyds Banking Group came under attack today for cutting hundreds more jobs and planning to close a large office.
Chief executive Stuart Gulliver hints more job cuts could be on the way
HSBC announced job cuts today, impacting on thousands of its staff, over the “changing nature” of the business as well as regulation.