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New orthodoxy for conduct regulation fair deal for consumers

25/01/2012

Martin Wheatley, managing director of the Financial Services Authority (FSA), today (Wednesday) outlined a new orthodoxy and regulatory approach for the future of conduct regulation getting a fair deal for consumers.


 

MPC believe risk of 'dislocation' in banking has been reduced

25/01/2012

The minutes from the Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) show that they believe the risk of a 'severe dislocation' to the banking system has been reduced.


 

Roche in $5.7 billion bid for Illumina

25/01/2012

Reports suggest that Swiss drugmaker Roche will make an offer of $5.7 billion (3.7 billion) for DNA research company Illumina.


 

WH Smith's sales 'resilient' in challenging times

25/01/2012

Newspapers, books and stationery retailer WH Smith have reported that same-store sales have slipped 5% on the previous year.


 

Yahoo see profits fall by 5%

25/01/2012

The last quarter of 2011 saw Yahoo's profits fall 5% as they struggled to maintain their market share due to growing competition.


 

Record profits for Apple as iPhone sales soar

25/01/2012

Technology giants Apple have reported record-breaking net profits for the final three months of 2011 of $13.06 billion (8.36 billion).


 

Lords again ponder financial transaction tax

24/01/2012

The House of Lords is today continuing its inquiry into a financial transaction tax (FTT) which could either boost financial stability and generate billions for the treasury, or alternately destroy London and plunge Europe into a bottomless recession.


 

David Miles re-appointed to Monetary Policy Committee

24/01/2012

The Chancellor, George Osborne today (Tuesday) announced the re-appointment of David Miles as an external member of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC).


 

Eurozone crisis: Deal must be struck to steady the markets

24/01/2012

Today (Tuesday) the European Union finance ministers recommenced their meeting, which started yesterday to discuss the strong apprehension brewing in regards to the proposed deal to restructure Greek private sector debt.


 

Chemring shares dip despite 2011 revenue surge

24/01/2012

Shares in UK defence group, Chemring (LSE: CHG) dipped 11.83% this morning (24th) despite announcing a 25% surge in revenue over 2011.