Here's something for all you geeks out there.
Not much of a statement, but here goes:
The words 'rock' and 'hard place' spring to mind.
JPMorgan Chase is proving that banks aren’t destined to be also-rans in the $12 trillion mutual fund business.
Jerry del Missier, co-Chief Executive Officer of Barclays Capital, spoke to Bloomberg TV's Trish Regan and Adam Johnson Monday.
The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has fined Nicholas Kyprios, Head of European Credit Sales at Credit Suisse in London, £210,000 for improper market conduct in disclosing client confidential information ahead of a significant bond issue in November 2009.
In case you missed them, here's last week's top stories.
Eurozone finance ministers have signed off on a second Greek bailout package, worth €130bn (£109bn), and turned their attention to Spain.
And I'm no misogynist - in fact, my wife's a woman.
Amazon is testing an addition to its Prime subscription postal service that will see parcels delivered directly to customer’s cars.
Germany’s Deutsche Bank has been fined a record $2.5bn (£1.7bn) for rigging Libor, a benchmark rate that some of the world’s leading banks charge each other for short-term loans.
Barclays shareholders have called on the bank’s new chairman, John McFarlane, to live up to his fearsome reputation by carrying out a ruthless overhaul.