News Emergency services were called to 25 Bank Street at around 8am this morning

Gabriel joined JPMorgan in 2004 and worked in technology. He was not a trader or a banker.

Market Report: Fresnillo left behind as miners march on

A Mexican silver and gold miner got buried at the bottom of the blue chips yesterday, despite the rest of the market piling in to diggers on signs that China is powering ahead. Fresnillo tumbled more than 2 per cent as analysts at UBS said it was looking “expensive” at its current level.

JPMorgan ordered to pay $50m damages to Russian billionaire Leonard Blavatnik

Wall Street investment bank JPMorgan has been told to pay more than $50 million (£32 million) in damages to Russian billionaire Leonard Blavatnik.

The bank, Credit Suisse, is alleged to have used corrupt PIs

Hacking scandal: Blue-chip firms that used corrupt private investigators are identified

Financial institutions among those on a list from Serious Organised Crime Agency to MPs

Energy manipulation inquiry piles pressure on JP Morgan

Federal lawyers in the US are looking into whether JP Morgan manipulated domestic energy markets, in the latest legal headache for the banking giant.

Illness brings forward exit of Barclays finance chief Chris Lucas

Barclays finance director Chris Lucas is leaving the bank at the end of this week, six months earlier than planned, because of his deteriorating health.

Chris Blackhurst: So what's $6bn between friends? Such a big loss and so little fuss

Midweek View: Has a government or business been ragingover the London Whale's exploits? No. Has a client made a civil claim? No

Hunted: Who will pay the price for the London Whales £6bn loss?

Threat of criminal action against  ex-employees over botched trades puts new pressure on humbled JP Morgan

The US’s biggest bank expects to be fined by American and British regulators

London traders 'face arrest' over £4bn bank loss

US agents to seek extradition of two former JPMorgan Chase bankers accused of cover-up

US starts criminal inquiry against JP Morgan over subprime sales

The US government is conducting both civil and criminal investigations into the way JP Morgan Chase sold certain mortgage-backed securities in the run up to the financial crisis, the bank has revealed.

Regulator threatens BP with $29m in fines

An American energy regulator threatened BP with fines of nearly $29m (£19m) yesterday, asking the oil giant to respond to allegations of manipulating the natural gas market.

Pearson puts Merger Market up for sale

The Financial Times' owner Pearson put its Merger Market business up for sale yesterday, saying it did not fit the group's focus on education and learning, but reiterated it will not sell the flagship newspaper.

4G demand pushes EE closer to £10bn float

The strongest-ever quarterly earnings from the UK’s largest mobile phone group, Everything Everywhere, today boosted the chances of its £10 billion flotation on the London stock market taking place by the end of this year.

Market Report: Fresh licence lifts Bahamas Petroleum

As the UK was braced for tropical weather with storms on the way, punters decided a bet on an oil explorer in the Bahamas was appropriate yesterday. Bahamas Petroleum gushed as much as 20 per cent in morning trade on news that it had got its licences renewed and extended by the Bahamas Government and the Ministry of the Environment.

Barclays to appeal $453m fine for rigging energy markets

Barclays pledged to challenge US energy regulators in court yesterday after they upheld a record $453m (£300m) fine imposed on the bank last year for rigging electricity markets in California.

James Moore: Barclays’ new signing Tushar Morzaria comes at a price

Unlike bankers, it’s really very easy to judge the impact of a player like Lionel Messi.Just watch him

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