A former senior Treasury mandarin has warned Labour against using the taxpayer stake in Royal Bank of Scotland to direct lending to the British economy.
Mark Carney will face questions from MPs over his future at the Bank of England on Tuesday amid mounting speculation he could extend his stay as governor in order to guide the British economy through Brexit.
The Labour party has condemned proposals by former Lehman Brothers staff to hold a reunion to mark the 10th anniversary of the firm going bust – a defining moment in the 2008 financial crisis.
Currency markets are taking the possibility of a no-deal Brexit seriously.
The London Stock Exchange has started implementing contingency plans in case the UK crashes out of the EU without a transition deal.
A leading City figure whose former role involved governing the Square Mile has said Brexit could result in the loss of 75,000 jobs and up to £10bn in annual tax revenue.
Andrew Bailey’s focus last week was on high-cost credit and measures to curb the gouging of vulnerable consumers.
Everton are said to be keen on Bournemouth striker Callum Wilson this summer.
Is James Chester on borrowed time at Aston Villa if Dean Smith signs yet another centre-back?
West Ham United boss Manuel Pellegrini recently sanctioned the sale of Marko Arnautovic, which means that they need a striker.
Aston Villa pulled off a coup over Kortney Hause last month.
Tottenham Hotspur have blocked Troy Parrott from representing Ireland at the under-19 European Championships.
Leeds United are reportedly interested in Stoke City midfielder Ryan Woods should they lose Kalvin Phillips.
Brighton's loan to Leeds could now be a big success.
The Rangers manager, Steven Gerrard, has suggested that a new recruit is imminent at Ibrox.
Celtic put one foot in the second round of the Champions League qualifiers with an impressive 3-1 win on Tuesday night.
Charlie Allen is reportedly a target for Premier League giants Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Tottenham and Leicester City too.
The longest government shutdown in US history shows no sign of ending, Brexit is roiling Europe, trade wars are still in the offing and the stock market is acting like a spooked cat. And once again, gold is shining.
A pair of hedge funds owned by prominent Brexit supporters have made significant bets against companies exposed to the British consumer including big high street names.
Britain crashing out of the European Union without a deal could trigger a deep and damaging recession with worse consequences for the UK economy than the 2008 financial crisis, the Bank of England has warned.