Michael Gove has fired shots at investment banks and big business in the midst of EU referendum campaigning, saying the EU is rigged in their favour.
The London Stock Exchange (LSE) and Deutsche Boerse are walking a tightrope. As well as attempting to persuade shareholders and regulators to approve their £21bn merger, the tie-up has also attracted passionate interventions from politicians in the UK, Germany and elsewhere.
Cyber criminals reportedly shut down the London Stock Exchange website last week, keeping it out of action for more than two hours.
Behind the easy-going manner, Bank of England governor Mark Carney is angry. The object of his anger is Sir John Vickers, the mild-mannered former deputy governor who keeps telling the world that Carney has gone soft on the bankers.
The bank reminded employees not to go too far with their new, more relaxed style.
The chief executive of JP Morgan has warned that the biggest US bank could cut as many as 4,000 UK jobs if Britain votes to leave the EU.
Police raided Santander's Madrid headquarters today, as part of a money laundering probe triggered by a historic leak of information from HSBC's Swiss private bank.
Things finally may be looking up.
Icap has signed a $65m Chinese deal, pushing its shares nearly 3% higher amid talk it could be attractive to a predator.
A former UBS trader facing a ban from the City watchdog for playing a role in manipulating Libor likely did so in a work environment where his actions were seen as commonplace, a court was told Monday.
The only American suspect named in the largest known hack of Wall Street is negotiating his return to the U.S. from a detention cell in Russia, where he’s no longer welcome, people familiar with the talks said.
Royal Bank of Scotland may have to pay out as much as $27bn, roughly the market value of the bank, in misconduct fines and lawsuits over the next few years, lawyers and analysts said.