Hurrah, some of the world’s largest banks have been rounded up to underwrite a €13bn (£11bn) rights issue at the giant Italian lender UniCredit.
He was born like this, he had no choice. He was born with the gift of the golden voice. Over the last few days, the business secretary, Greg Clark, has reinvented himself as Westminster’s Leonard Cohen.
Nissan was convinced to stay in the UK with a promise of no tariffs or extra bureaucratic burdens on the car industry after Brexit, the business secretary has finally revealed, prompting fears that sector-by-sector deals could cost the taxpayer “colossal amounts of money”.
Sunderland faces the “catastrophic” loss of tens of thousands of jobs unless Theresa May gives urgent assurances to Nissan over trade tariffs, a local MP has warned.
Can the crisis be over at Deutsche Bank? The immediate storm will pass if the US Department of Justice has dropped its demand for $14bn (£10.8bn) to cover mis-sold mortgage securities and is instead close to settling for a much lower sum. That outcome will calm market nerves and provide a vindication of sorts for John Cryan, the beleaguered bank’s chief executive, who always insisted that $14bn wouldn’t be the final figure.
Nissan is to take legal action against the Vote Leave campaign after the Japanese carmaker’s logo was used on leaflets calling for voters to back Brexit in Thursday’s referendum.
Andy Palmer was a successful senior executive at one of the biggest car companies in the world. He had no financial worries and was surrounded by the love of his family.