China expands Shanghai-HK trading link

Domestic mutual funds gain access to Stock Connect

MPs rebuke ‘dysfunctional’ City regulator

Watchdog pressed to undertake independent health check

China IPO rules lead to massive arbitrage

Cap on prices delivers risk-free profits to lottery winners

FCA proposes ban on opt-out insurance

Regulator says plan to ensure consumers informed over add-on buys

Tougher US response urged in clearing row

Chicago exchange suggests restricting European access

FCA sets sights on dark pools

Fund fees, pensions and big data also under the spotlight

Wrangling blurs US bank performances

Different pots of cash contribute to a snapshot of performance that is hardly clear, writes Tom Braithwaite

Bond funds graphic

Bond market fears liquidity crunch repeat

Widespread concern over the structure of the fixed income markets

Trafigura hits at European trading rules

Commodity traders and energy groups seek Mifid II concessions

Deutsche Bank in New York Libor probe

First time DFS has investigated manipulation of lending rate

Market abuse claims swamp FCA

UK financial watchdog reports 24 per cent rise in STRs

Sweden begins crackdown on closet trackers

Investigation into funds that charge high fees for index hugging

Mobile and broadband complaints soar

Smartphone contract problems prompt call for better regulation

US set to charge figure after Rifat deal

Ex-trader jailed in UK for trading scam co-operates with DoJ

US struggles over severe bank risks

Republicans challenge regulators over supervision

Rifat is missing part of puzzle for FCA

Former Moore Capital trader jailed for part in £285,000 scam

Cost of UK regulation rises for banks

Fee paid to Prudential Regulation Authority up 4 per cent

Fese appoints Riess as chief

Firm looks to put year of upheaval behind it

CFTC suspends deadline on brokers’ margin

Regulator eases rule passed in response to MF Global’s collapse

OTC derivative rules delayed for 9 months

Regulators give banks, brokers and asset managers more time