Inside traders have more to fear when they stand before Manhattan federal judges for sentencing.
Stuart Gulliver, chief executive of HSBC, has withdrawn as a speaker at an Olympic investment conference where he was due to share a podium with the bank's embattled former chairman Lord Green.
A review commissioned by the government of Britain's stock market culture has proposed an end to cash bonuses for executives and the scrapping of quarterly reporting of company results in order to combat 'short-termism' in the City.
Germany's finance minister, Wolfgang Schäuble, will meet his Spanish counterpart, Luis de Guindos, for crisis talks on Tuesday amid fears that spiralling bond yields in the eurozone's fourth biggest economy will force it to seek a €300bn bailout from the European Union and the International Monetary Fund.
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Well, Tottenham's Luka Modric is said to have skipped training, and Arsenal's Robin van Persie has missed the club's Far East tour. Both have made it clear that they want out. Liverpool's Steven Gerrard, on the other hand, will rock up to Melwood and soon begin his 15th senior campaign for the club he has been associated with since 1987 (when he was just 7 years old).
There has been much talk of star names arriving at Watford, but the Championship club should not get carried away.
Manchester United, Arsenal, Southampton, Swansea City, and Chelsea players have been presenting their managers with welcome dilemmas.