The controversial £5.7m "tax equalisation" cost to relocate Bob Diamond from New York to the Canary Wharf headquarters of Barclays Bank is even more complex than it first appears.
It's tough out there - very, very tough.
But they might not be who you'd expect.
US energy regulators have alleged Barclays and four former electricity traders manipulated the California power markets more than three years ago.
Economist Gary Shilling spoke about the outlook for the U.S. economy with Bloomberg Television's Adam Johnson and Stephanie Ruhle Wednesday, and said that he believes that the S&P 500 will drop 43% from its recent level this year.
Here's a few links to some interesting Bloomberg, Independent, Reuters and Telegraph stories currently doing the rounds.
Recruitment firm Michael Page International has warned that the UK banking sector remains 'particularly depressed' and sees no end to the hiring freeze at many financial firms.
It is there in black and white for any one who takes the time to read the terms under which Bob Diamond was appointed chief executive of Barclays bank.
DebRA has announced that they are to benefit from the generosity of a gift from Goldman Sachs Gives, a donor-advised fund. The donation, which is expected to total around £500,000, is the charity's single biggest individual donation.
The International Monetary Fund has warned that the "scramble" for a diminishing pool of safe assets poses a fresh risk to global financial stability.
Nomura missed its goal of returning to profit outside Japan last fiscal year, people with knowledge of the matter said.
More potentially bad news for those hoping Gatwick would turn out to be the new Dallas.
Ford Motor delivered quarterly earnings and revenue that fell short of analysts' expectations on Tuesday.