Tim Wallace

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Tim Wallace is a former City A.M. reporter.

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HSBC’S chief executive warned yesterday that the Conservative and Labour parties both risk driving the bank out of the country [...]

6 May
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If you believe everything US investment bankers tell you, it is only a matter of time before a handful of American giants rule [...]

6 May
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Growth in the building sector fell to its slowest pace in almost two years in April, according to an influential study from Markit [...]

6 May
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BRITAIN’S borrowers are very confident in their ability to repay their loans, Lloyds Bank figures showed today, in another [...]

6 May
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Global advertising giant WPP hiked chief executive Sir Martin Sorrell’s pay by 43 per cent for 2014, taking his awards to £43m [...]

1 May
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RBS could be on-track to pay a dividend if its turnaround continues, its chief executive said yesterday, as the bank’s underlying [...]

1 May
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CITY dealmakers have not been put off by the General Election, despite the uncertainty caused by the knife-edge vote, analysis [...]

1 May
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Fears that London markets could be rocked by the outcome of next week’s General Election have been overstated, analysts said [...]

30 April
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It is hard to keep a straight face when calling PPI compensation and litigation costs “one-offs” at any of the big banks [...]

30 April
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PROFITS at the London Stock Exchange (LSE) soared in the first quarter, after its US expansion with the acquisition of the Russell [...]

30 April
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Deutsche Bank’s share price fell again yesterday as investors failed to warm to the German lender’s latest strategic plan. [...]

29 April
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Investment firm Alliance Trust has been put on 12-months’ notice by activist investor Elliott Advisors to show results or be [...]

29 April
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Santander UK’s profits rose sharply in the first quarter as the lender continued to win customers from rivals.

29 April
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Bank holidays could soon be a relic of a bygone age of short opening hours and inconvenient service, as RBS plans to open dozens [...]

28 April
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One of Deutsche Bank’s co-chief executives yesterday said he takes responsibility for the Libor fiddling that took place in [...]

28 April
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