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Paul Tucker, the deputy governor of the Bank of England who lost out on the top job to the Canadian Mark Carney, has announced that he will leave Threadneedle Street in the autumn.
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Activists plan a show of 'civil disobedience' in the heart of London's Canary Wharf financial district on Friday to protest against capitalism ahead of next week's G8 summit which Britain is hosting.
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Speaking about The New York Times article that suggested that Goldman President Gary Cohn was getting 'restless' and wanted Blankfein to stand down as Goldman CEO, our Lloyd said:
Following Stephen Hester's shock departure from the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), bookmaker Ladbrokes has published odds on who could be the part-nationalized bank's new chief executive.
Global regulators may start overseeing currency rates in a widening response to benchmark-rate setting scandals that began with revelations on the manipulation of Libor, according to two people familiar with the matter.
David Cameron appeared to play down the prospect of an early sell-off of Royal Bank of Scotland on Thursday even as the bailed-out bank kickstarted the search for Stephen Hester's successor as chief executive.