Hedge funds suffered the worst withdrawals last quarter since the tail-end of the financial crisis as wild swings in stocks and commodities caused losses at some of the best-known firms.
Lloyds Banking Group is poised to announce hundreds of redundancies today as part of a restructure that will result in a 10 per cent reduction in headcount.
The Bochum pair have both been in good form this season.
Ronny Deila is set to leave Celtic at the end of the season.
The Sheffield Wednesday forward was heavily involved against Karl Robinson's team at Hillsborough.
The Liverpool defender enjoyed himself in the Merseyside derby win over Everton.
The Foxes are apparently eyeing up a deal for creative playmaker Francesco Totti this summer.
The outspoken pundit has been discussing Celtic's transfer policy.
West Ham United fans have been desperate to see Tottenham Hotspur's title bid falter but is the mindset changing because of Leicester City?
The Whites midfielder has suggested his teammates want Evans in charge next season.
Arsenal overcame the Cherries 3-1 in the Premier League this weekend.
Staff will be notified of the cuts starting this week.
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Leeds loanee had a late cameo at Charlton as they fought back to draw with Sheffield United.
Mark Warburton’s Glasgow Rangers are unlikely to compete with Old Firm rivals Celtic, suggests Sir Alex Ferguson.
Victor Moses netted the winner for Chelsea against Tottenham at the weekend.
Robbie Savage gives his view that Manchester United were simply too wasteful.
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David Gold has offered updates on West Ham United's Diafra Sakho and Andy Carroll.
Celtic's Moussa Dembele is reportedly on West Ham United's radar
Kenya’s top marathon runners are convinced they will be at this year’s Olympics after their government finally passed a law to fund an anti-doping agency with powers to imprison cheats.
Queen singer used pad to write lyrics for 19 songs, including Too Much Love Will Kill You and The Show Must Go On
Nicola Sturgeon has dampened her supporters’ hopes of a quick second vote on Scottish independence as she admitted that future tax rises could be needed to fund the country’s stretched public services.