SpiceJet airborne again after cash crunch

Low-cost carrier expanding after rescue mission by founder Ajay Singh

Good times fade away for forex traders

After $10bn in fines, the industry decides it is time to grow up

Florida’s Stonegate Bank embraces Cuba

US government urged bank to open account for communist nation

Amazon starts to book UK sales in Britain

Shift over Luxembourg deal brings revenues in reach of taxman

HK watchdog defensive after $36bn losses

Head of SFC says market volatility does not imply misconduct

Suffering Australian miners turn to pot

Resource groups swap mechanical diggers for medicinal marijuana

Shadow banks push for easing of loan caps

Bill would allow investment vehicles borrow more against equity

Commerzbank set to pay dividend

German group shows signs of returning to health as four-year plan starts to bear fruit

Warren calls for hearings on bank waivers

Lawmakers challenge exemptions for managing retirement accounts


Fastjet looks south for African expansion

Tanzanian-based budget carrier regroups after turbulent first three years

Trader faces trial over Libor allegations

Case will be a crucial test for the SFO, and seen as a must-win to secure its future

Negative rates pose corporate conundrum

European companies still unsure about putting cash to better use

‘Do it for me’ culture threatens DIY

Fewer young consumers have the desire to tackle DIY

Small-cap Week, May 23

Tungsten, Zytronic, Quantum Pharma and Mar City featured

Banks face possible further forex fines

NY regulator turns to abuse of markets by automated trades

Lloyds taps Oldfield to lead retail bank

IT executive takes over from Alison Brittain on an interim basis

Disney: Let it grow

Bob Iger’s bet on media content is starting to look like money well spent

Severn Trent growth pledge amid price fall

Water company tells investors they can expect improving profits and dividends

Boardroom trades, May 23

Latest directors’ deals at Mitchells & Butlers, Sage Group, Countrywide and Moneysupermarket

Lightning action is best to scare banks

Companies may be planning fines as a cost of doing business

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