Small-cap Week, April 25

Shoe Zone warns on lower average selling prices

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Flash crash: Lone trader seen as ‘genius’

The arrest of Navinder Singh Sarao raises fresh concern over market regulation

Cyber experts warn over railway security

New technology on trains could be at risk from cyber attacks

HSBC looks to leave troubles behind

Scandals, levies and regulations revive threat to leave London

Q&A — BrewDog’s Equity for Punks

Will the brewer’s offer satisfy thirst for returns?

Third of investors refuse to back HSBC pay

Shareholders rebel in spite of bonus cuts to reflect bank fines

BT set to recruit 800 more engineers

Investment comes amid calls to hive off Openreach division

BAE considers sale of US consultancy unit

Defence group is grappling with cuts in the US market

HSBC threatens to move HQ from UK

Hong Kong regulator welcomes bank’s decision to launch review

Tesco’s hunger for land ends in tears

Retailer’s eagerness to build stores has come back to haunt it

AstraZeneca forced to defend Celgene deal

Drugmaker accused of trading future growth for short-term gains

HSBC reviews UK HQ over regulatory moves

Lender examining where to locate head offices in wake of shifts

French Connection falls 26% after warning

Clothes retailer’s ‘challenging conditions’ lasted through Easter

Pearson confirms chairman’s departure

Company sticks to guidance for its highest profits since 2012

Deutsche banker in regulator’s sights

Entwistle bank’s on a unionist push; Carney races for charity

BP offloads North Sea pipeline stake

Buyout group Antin buys 36% stake in CATS gas pipeline network

Qatar buys Claridge’s from Barclay brothers

Deal ends years of legal wrangles over control of London sites

Deutsche’s belated fine shows it may not pay to come too quietly

Germans respond with a yawn to bank’s fine

Hedge funds bet on rise in sterling

Trades contradict Goldman Sachs view that hung parliament would hit UK assets

Sainsbury to cut 800 jobs in savings drive

Supermarket axes managers while boosting staff on shop floor

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