WHAT THE OTHER PAPERS SAY THIS MORNING

FINANCIAL TIMES

WHITEHALL FEARS NEW BAILOUT FOR RBS
Nervousness is growing in Whitehall that the government might have to inject further capital into Royal Bank of Scotland as part of a European effort to recapitalise the continent’s banking system. RBS received the biggest bail-out of the 2008 crisis

GOULD LEADS RACE TO BECOME BG CHAIRMAN
Andrew Gould, the well-respected former chief executive of oilfield services group Schlumberger, has emerged as the leading candidate to take over as the next chairman of oil and gas firm BG Group.

THE TIMES

LONE STAR IS FOUND GUILTY OF STOCK FRAUD IN BANK DEAL
A Texan private equity fund was fined more than £13 million and its former boss in South Korea jailed for three years after being found guilty of share price manipulation in Seoul yesterday.

WALL STREET PROTESTS SPREAD ACROSS THE US
Demonstrations against wealth inequality took place across the US yesterday, giving fresh impetus to growing anger against the power of financial corporations. allies took place in Washington DC, Boston and New Jersey.