THE GREEK government is being given unfair access to European finance via emergency bank funding, the Bundesbank’s chief said [...]
Challenger bank Aldermore reported a sustained surge in lending in the first quarter of the year, continuing to rack up the [...]
Unemployment is down, wages are up and inflation is forecast to rise too high in a couple of years. Surely it is time to raise [...]
THE EUROZONE economy picked up in the first quarter of the year, overtaking Britain’s unexpectedly sluggish GDP figures.
Ex-Barclays chief Bob Diamond was re-elected as a director at his latest venture Atlas Mara – but only after a modest shareholder [...]
BAILED out Dutch bank ABN Amro’s chairman apologised yesterday over a set of mis-judged pay rises offered to senior executives [...]
US investment bank Morgan Stanley was yesterday fined $2m for incorrectly reporting its short-selling positions over a period [...]
Business groups have rallied behind government moves to make big changes to strike laws.
STOCK markets slid and bond prices fell yesterday on renewed fears that the Greek government will run out of money and default [...]
More than half of the government’s stake in Lloyds has now been sold back to private investors, raising more than £10bn for [...]
BRITAIN’S economic growth numbers could be upgraded as manufacturing and industrial numbers yesterday showed healthy growth [...]
Prices fell again in Sweden in April despite policymakers’ attempts to banish deflation through very loose monetary policy, [...]
CRUNCH talks between Greece and the rest of the Eurozone’s finance ministers ended without agreement yesterday, yet both sides [...]
Giant investment bank Citi will not face prosecution over Libor manipulation from the US Department of Justice, yesterday announcing [...]
THE RE-PRIVATISATION of RBS has been delayed in part by the bank’s impending legal cases, City A.M. understands.