The Liverpool youngster enjoyed a fine 45-minute display in the draw with Sunderland.
Oppenheimer Holdings and Evercore Partners are cutting stock analysts following a global slump in equity markets.
Tottenham Hotspur are still on course for their best ever Premier League campaign.
As chairman of Lloyds Bank for 15 years from 1977, Sir Jeremy Morse, who has died aged 87, was the most successful senior banker of his generation.
Lehman Brothers is gone, but anyone wanting to savour the distinct taste of financial ruin that its name evokes has ways to do so.
Citigroup said Barbara Matas, chairman of leveraged finance, is leaving after about three decades at the bank.
HSBC’s board is expected to come to a decision on the location of its headquarters in the coming days after an unexpectedly long-running review of the future of the bank, as revealed by the Telegraph last month.
London Stock Exchange is said to have chosen Morgan Stanley’s Andy Ross to run its new futures exchange, which is scheduled to go live before the end of June.
The midfielder was impressive in the 2-0 win over Norwich City.
The former head of the British Bankers’ Association has repeatedly told MPs she was sorry that she ended up at the lobby group at the time of banking crisis and the Libor rigging scandal.
Royal Bank of Scotland has warned of a “cataclysmic year” for the global economy, triggered by a slowdown in China, as it urged investors to liquidate all assets apart from high-quality bonds.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has stepped down from his post as leader of a cross-party group opposing the proliferation of nuclear weapons amid growing discontent over the Labour party's stance on Trident.