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HSBC accused of tax fraud by Belgium

17/11/2014

Belgian authorities have accused the private banking arm of HSBC of helping wealthy Belgians to avoid paying tax.


 

Bankers pay put under scrutiny

17/11/2014

Bankers' pay could be clawed back in the event of wrongdoing under new proposals laid out by the governor of the Bank of England Mark Carney.


 

Eurozone inflation to be lower than expected

13/11/2014

Inflation is the eurozone looks set to be lower than expected in the next two years, according to a survey by the European Central Bank (ECB).


 

Virgin Money sets share price

13/11/2014

Virgin Money has set its share price at 283p as it prepares to float on the London Stock Exchange.


 

Inflation expected to fall under 1%

12/11/2014

The Bank of England was warned that inflation could fall below 1% in the next six months.


 

Banks fined 2bn over currency fixing

12/11/2014

Five banks have been fined a total of 2bn by UK and US regulators following an investigation into the fixing of currency markets.


 

Regulator caps payday loan interest

11/11/2014

The amount of interest that can be charged per day by payday lenders has been capped by the financial regulator.


 

Japanese Nikkei hits seven-year high

11/11/2014

Japan's Nikkei stock market closed at a seven-year high yesterday (Monday) as rumours of a 10% sales tax hike being postponed intensified.


 

New rules to protect banks 'too big to fail'

10/11/2014

New rules to prevent banks that are 'too big to fail' from needing to be bailed out by government have been unveiled today (Monday).


 

Serco shares plunge after plans to raise funds

10/11/2014

Shares at outsourcing firm Serco plunged by 30% after it unveiled plans to raise 550m through a share sales.


 

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