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US Treasury secretary Tim Geithner has reassured George Osborne that US regulators investigating breaches of sanctions by Standard Chartered will try to coordinate their actions.
Regulators will have wanted to see a safe pair of establishment hands installed as the next chairman of Barclays. Their wish has been granted.
Manchester United has been forced to cut the value of its imminent share flotation in New York.
Barclays has announce that Sir David Walker has been appointed as a non-executive Director of Barclays with effect from 1 September 2012 and will succeed Marcus Agius as Chairman of Barclays with effect from 1 November 2012.
Libor is "no longer fit for purpose" the head of the panel set up by the government to review the benchmark interest rate will admit on Friday as he formally launches a month-long consultation intended to restore confidence in financial markets.
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At last, Standard Chartered is fighting back.
Investors continued to be nervous about Greece’s precarious financial situation, with an agreement between the cash-strapped country and its creditors seemingly as far away as ever, despite the deadline for a deal rapidly approaching.
The much-heralded McDonald’s turnaround may be working – despite another monthly fall in sales.
Airlines are making more profits than ever before, boosted by lower fuel prices and carrying more passengers on fuller planes, according to the industry’s global body.