A test run of Twitter's share sale has been branded 'a success' by the the New York Stock Exchange.
Twitter have announced that they plan to sell 70 million shares in their initial public offering (IPO).
Metro Bank have announced that total deposits have grown to £1.075 billion in the third quarter; a record increase of £205 million or 24% in the quarter, and an annual increase of 157%.
Debenhams have reported that their full year profits fell by 2.7% as shoppers' incomes remain under pressure.
Home Retail Group, the owners of Argos and Homebase retail chains, has said its turnaround plans are on track with both divisions reporting a rise in sales.
Scottish Power has agreed to pay £8.5 million to consumers following an Ofgem investigation into how it carried out its sales approaches.
The payouts for payment protection insurance (PPI) continue to mount as the Co-operative Bank said it expects to pay out a further £100 million on compensation claims.
UK quoted companies issued nearly 20% fewer profit warnings in the third quarter of 2013 compared to the same period last year, but there was a sting in the tail for UK plc as a more unsettled global economy shook confidence, leading warnings to rise to their highest level in September since the height of the financial crisis.
Having missed forecasts last quarter Google bounced back recording a profit for the period between July and September.
Speaking at the annual British Bankers’ Association conference, KPMG’s EMA head of financial services, Bill Michael, outlined his vision of how global banking will change over the next decade.