Southampton, Fulham, West Ham, Chelsea and Liverpool targets all feature.
Sad to report.
The U.S. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission correctly found that traders for Barclays had gamed energy markets, agency staff said in a report backing $488m in penalties on the bank and its former traders.
FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on Obama’s nomination of Mary Jo White to chair the SEC.
Maintenance fees in Manhattan have continued to climb throughout the recession even as prices dipped, driven mostly by higher costs of building insurance, underlying mortgages, fuel and building staff, like doormen and supers.
Royal Bank of Scotland fell the most in four months after the Wall Street Journal reported U.S. authorities are seeking a guilty plea to criminal charges as part of any settlement of allegations of interest-rate rigging.
The Securities and Exchange Commission has charged a former executive at New York-based broker-dealer Jefferies & Co. with defrauding investors while selling mortgage-backed securities (MBS) in the wake of the financial crisis so he could generate additional revenue for his firm.
At least this firm has a decent CEO to fight its corner.
The Malaga midfielder has signed a new deal at the Spanish clubs that will see his buy out fee rise to just under £30 million, and Chelsea might now view Willian as a better option.
Alan Hutton looks to have finally left Aston Villa in what will be the first batch of good news that Villa fans have heard for a while.