Treasurer Joe Hockey has revealed the deficit will beat his own December forecast as well as “market expectations” to come in below $40bn.
Three of Steve Jobs' old business cards were sold at auction earlier this month for more than $10,000.
The late news from the make-or-break talks in Brussels was no news at all, really. There were a few encouraging words for the progress Greece is making on its reform plans. Athens also ordered a €750m (£535m) repayment to the International Monetary Fund. But an agreement on releasing €7.2bn of bailout funds? No.
Almost eight years after the collapse of Lehman Brothers some eurozone banks are just as vulnerable to collapse as they were before crisis hit in 2008, according to research by a UK-based academic published on Tuesday.
Shareholders in Lloyds Banking Group are being urged to vote against a “highly excessive” £11.5m pay deal for António Horta-Osório, the boss of the bailed-out bank.
Probably a huge sigh of relief.
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It was a good U.K. election for candidates from banking, with at least 19 overcoming voter distrust of financiers to win a seat in the incoming Parliament.
Leucadia National said it may triple its money on the bailout of online currency-trading firm FXCM.
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Deutsche Bank posted a surprise profit in the first quarter as legal expenses dropped and the company’s trading businesses performed better than analysts had expected.
A dispute between Libya's $67bn sovereign wealth fund and Goldman Sachs over advice given on trades made in 2008 will be back in London's High Court on May 5, with amended court papers that emerged on Wednesday adding new details.
Barclays has today thanked its shareholders for being patient as the bank undergoes a turnaround period.