On Friday Metro Bank set out its recommendations for legislative change in the banking sector, ahead of the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards' imminent report.
The Bank of England has announced the departure of MPC member and deputy governor Paul Tucker.
Following the news that the boss of Royal Bank of Scotland, Stephen Hester, has quit his position, the bank have announced that a further 2,000 jobs are to go.
Supermarket chain Sainsbury's have seen a rise in UK sales over the past three months.
Lloyds Bank have held their hands up to shortcomings in their dealings with PPI mis-selling.
A new report from Policy Exchange has suggested that when the government sells their stakes in RBS and Lloyds no risk shares should be offered to millions of taxpayers.
UK toy maker Hornby has reported a big annual loss, blaming the economy and supply problems.
A public recognition of mistakes by the IMF has positives as it shows willingness to be more transparent about the fund's processes and could potentially result, in the long-term, in improved collaboration with European institutions.
The world's biggest smartphone maker, Samsung Electronics, have seen shares fall the most in the nine months after JPMorgan Chase cut its profit estimates.
Small and mid-cap quoted companiesí confidence has reached its highest peak since September 2011. However this has failed to translate to increased growth targets, according to the latest quarterly QCA/BDO Small & Mid-Cap Sentiment Index.