Sunderland face Newcastle United and their new manager this weekend.
European banks are facing a grim 2016.
China's economy experiencing a sharper-than-expected slowdown is the world's biggest risk, according to the wonks over at the Economist Intelligence Unit.
E. Gerald Corrigan, a partner at Goldman Sachs and a former president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, plans to retire from the firm at the end of May.
JP Morgan is to pay its biggest ever dividend, leading a wave of mega-payouts from the big US investment banks.
The Bank of England has kept the UK base interest rate at its historic low of 0.5% despite a steep fall in the value of sterling linked to the EU referendum, which policymakers said was likely to exert upward pressure on inflation.
The England Under-21s boss has named the Newcastle wideman in his squad for the Euro 2017 qualifier against Switzerland.
The Spurs boss admits that international calls for players can be against the interest of clubs.
Flanagan returned from a lengthy spell on the sidelines in January.
The England boss is clearly a much bigger fan of a Leicester midfielder than West Ham's skipper.