As Manchester United prepare for another European campaign, we look at how their group opponents got on domestically at the weekend.
Everton could be in a great position to make a move for the permanent signing of Lukaku at the end of the season.
Walk down Madison Avenue, and you're now sure to see the Jefferies name.
Barclays has added Paul Knight as vice chairman and co-head of global metals and mining from UBS, where he was chief executive officer of the Canadian unit.
Morgan Stanley has been sued by the U.S. federal credit union regulator over the sale of $566m in residential mortgage-backed securities to two credit unions that failed.
Another week of Premier League has been completed and there is another set of villains ready to be revealed. This week's selection include Manchester United's David Moyes and Robin van Persie and Sunderland's John O'Shea.
Liverpool sit top of the table with a two point gap over Chelsea and a squad as good as any other in the Premier League.
Hardly a week goes by without a new report about a government investigation of JPMorgan Chase and how much money the bank might have to pay because of some alleged violation of the law.
West Bromwich Albion seem to have addressed some problem areas.
It was all quiet at Stamford Bridge on deadline day, as there were no arrivals at Chelsea but there was speculation about some departures from the club.