Juliet Samuel

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GLENCORE chief Ivan Glasenberg has splurged £10m on 2.9m shares in his FTSE 100 company as part of his promise to spend [...]

8 June

EU PROPOSALS to avoid bank bailouts in future are already feeding through into credit calculations, prompting ratings agency [...]

8 June

GERMANY has moved a step closer to finalising its position on a European Tobin tax after the centre-right governing coalition [...]

8 June

HSBC has offloaded its Greek securities businesses for an undisclosed sum in a management buyout that will see Nikos Pantelakis, [...]

8 June

THE EUROPEAN Commission has finally unveiled a new set of regulations that are meant to ensure taxpayers will never again have [...]

7 June

MOODY’S downgraded seven German banks yesterday, including the country’s second-biggest lender Commerzbank, saying that they [...]

7 June

LLOYDS has offloaded a portfolio of Australian loans in a cut-price sale that brought in less than half of their face value.

7 June

SPAIN warned that it is locked out of markets yesterday as an emergency call by G7 leaders failed to stem rising fears that the [...]

6 June

THE IMF should stop treating Brussels as a partner in Eurozone bailout talks and show some “toughness”, according to Andrew [...]

6 June

THREE of Portugal’s biggest lenders are to receive a €6.6bn (£5.3bn) bailout, mostly from the country’s €78bn EU/IMF [...]

6 June

ITALY is to prosecute several Barclays bankers alongside former UniCredit chief executive Alessandro Profumo, who is now chairman [...]

6 June

SHARES in bankrupt Spanish lender Bankia were suspended from trading yesterday as the European Commission told Madrid that [...]

1 June

GREECE’S biggest banks have lost over a fifth of their deposits over the last year, it emerged yesterday, as Eurobank EFG and [...]

1 June

BANKS are “open for business”, an official government taskforce headed by Professor Russel Griggs has concluded, with just [...]

1 June

LLOYDS has appointed two ex-McKinsey partners as non-executive directors, including a former board member of the FSA.

1 June