There is a saying in the FX markets that the market breaks a level at the third attempt and USD/JPY having tested the psychological 100 level on two separate occasions managed to soar through the 100 mark to reach highs of 101.37.
The Co-operative bank has had its debt rating downgraded by ratings agency Moody's.
New research suggests that rather than staying cold-bloodied and rational the top fund managers use emotion to choose which stocks to buy.
Lloyds Banking Group have announced plans to cut a further 850 jobs, as well as an office in Essex closing.
Supermarket chain Morrisons have reported a drop in sales for the opening quarter of 2013.
Wikipedia could have been used as early warning signs of stock market movements, according to a new study published in Scientific Reports.
Groupon, the global daily deals site, has reported better than expected first quarter results, as revenues rose by 7.5%.
Strong German factory data pushed US and European share markets higher, resulting in the Dow Jones index closing above 15,000 for the first time.
Despite rising sales over the last year supermarket chain Sainsbury's have reported a fall in pre-tax profits.
Sterling remained steady over the bank holiday weekend after a better than expected services sector PMI, the highest since the Olympic Games. This represented the fourth monthly rise and shows that whilst slow, the UK is showing some green roots of recovery.