The Arsenal winger did not look out of place for England last night, which bodes well for club and country.
There's been a lot of speculation about largescale job cuts in investment banking and wealth management for a few weeks now.
It's all kicking off.
Roberto di Matteo is expected to be confirmed manager of Chelsea on a one-year-deal.
Anthony Browne has been appointed as the next chief executive of the British Bankers' Association (BBA) to succeed Angela Knight who is stepping down to join Energy UK.
Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez was almost sold in January to the Serie A giants. Are they about to go back in for him?
Barclays has announced the appointment of Pavel Skachkov as a Director and Private Banker in Wealth and Investment Management.
The chairman of the New York Fed has defended the role on his board of embattled JP Morgan boss Jamie Dimon.
Royal Bank of Scotland has warned more than 48,000 staff that if they want to retire with a full pension at 60 they will have to start making contributions.
Goldman Sachs has announced that Mark Schwartz will return as a Vice Chairman of the firm and Chairman of Goldman Sachs Asia Pacific.