Russian court ruling could hit Google

Yandex hopes to increase market share in online search

HK exchange launches circuit breaker

Volatility control mechanism brings bourse into step with global peers

FCA reviews blockchain companies

Consumers close to using products based on process behind bitcoin

Deutsche faces US swap-reporting charges

CFTC files complaint over failures of supervision at German bank

CFTC head dismisses easing swaps rules

Massad says new entrants must play by post-crisis rules

Shenzhen-HK link opens door to China wider

Tie-up suggests renewed confidence by Beijing in its markets

BIS voices fears over clearing houses

Watchdog calls for action before the end of the year

Meet the new sheriff of Wall Street

The financial sector has not bought the next Democratic administration, says John Dizard

Why gilt investors will not play ball

Bank’s shortfall in purchasing bonds reflects lure of long-dated debt

S Korea confirms Google antitrust probe

Watchdog acknowledges probe of US search group for first time

Dow-DuPont tie-up plan probed by Brussels

Threat of limit to competition for crucial supplies to farmers

Voice brokers make a City comeback

Resurgence of human traders spurred by retreat of banks

FCA closes Lloyds bond manipulation probe

UK watchdog decides there is no case against trader

Poland scarred despite forex loan rethink

Investors’ relief tempered by worries about political environment

CMA: swipe right to disrupt the banks

Regulator seeks more digital products to increase competition

FCA fines broker over Quindell sponsorship

Cenkos rapped for sloppy systems and controls on sponsor services

Bats eyes block trades ahead of Mifid II

Service for asset managers to precede curb on off-exchange trades

Amazon Japan raided by antitrust watchdog

Inquiry into ecommerce giant’s price pressure on retailers

BNP sells $485m stake in First Hawaiian

IPO reflects regulatory pressures in the US following crisis

Give Green’s knighthood to Spencer

ICAP boss’ chances of a peerage have been cut by Libor settlement