London finance news & analysis
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The uncertainty around the UK leaving the EU could lead to “negative rating pressures over the medium term”, warned credit rating agency Moody’s yesterday.
The two-year old Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has been slammed as a “dysfunctional” body by MPs, in a damning report released today.
What happened at the Co-op Bank?
The combined company will boast a $28bn revenue
Now there are calls for the government to set up a bailout fund for hacked businesses
Battle of the petrolheads
The lighter side of economic policy
New 12-sided coin will be introduced in 2017
It’s time we dispelled the myths around APR once and for all
FX markets are not being kind to European monetary policy, no siree
From BHS to Chelsea FC
Sir Philip Green has sold 87-year-old department chain BHS for a £1.
Britain makes its own foreign policy decision (for once)
Gulliver is the “right person” to run HSBC – even though his tax affairs damaged the bank’s reputation
Banking boss appears in front of select committee
The government has just earned £500m from the latest round of sale of Lloyds Banking Group’s shares.