Tell us it's not true, saintly Antony.
The Bank of England has been dragged into the mounting controversy over allegations of price fixing in the £3tn-a-day foreign exchange markets after it emerged that a group of traders had told the Bank they were exchanging information about their clients' position.
Most hedge funds that bet on broad macroeconomic trends lost money in January, hurt by reversing equity markets and wrong-way currency bets.
The US economy added just 113,00 new jobs in January, according to figures released on Friday, fuelling fears that the recovery in the jobs market appeared to have stalled.
January's employment report was a "disappointment, but not a massive one," Goldman Sachs' chief economist told CNBC on Friday.
Barclays is imposing a £140,000 cap on cash bonuses for its investment bankers as it prepares to hand out roughly twice as much to employees as it does though shareholder dividends.
Cash is no longer King.
The London Tube strike.
'It doesn’t bode well'.
UPDATE: Acting Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) chief executive Tracey McDermott has confirmed that she took her name out of the running to be the regulator's permanent boss in early December.
An armed man has been shot dead by police in Paris after trying to enter a police building in the city on the anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo attacks.
Department store Macy's announced Wednesday it will cut thousands of jobs as part of restructuring to trim costs and reverse what it called "disappointing 2015 sales and earnings."