New calls to end US-EU derivatives clash

Influential groups urge regulators to recognise each other’s rules

China turns up heat on market players

Whereabouts of top hedge fund manager unclear as probe escalates

Market tumult shows cracks in the armour

Participants urge more co-ordination of protections across assets

Banks warn over European privacy rules

Lenders say laws will make it harder to detect fraud

Ministers to alter money-laundering rules

Move follows complaints from businesses about additional costs

Barclays and US exchanges win HFT case

Lawsuit claiming bank rigged ‘dark pool’ trading venue thrown out

CAA curbs aerobatics after Shoreham crash

Sussex Police say death toll could rise to 20

Verizon, AT&T accused of hurting rivals

BT’s US chief calls for new rules to cut network access fees

Russia sends food inspectors into Auchan stores

Watchdog says traces of cow and horse found in French chain’s pork products


Why New York has top share of asset pie

Tough post-crisis regulation encouraged fund managers to bulk up

Sarao part 2: scapegoat for a crash?

Depiction of malevolent trader who masterminded market mayhem has received scepticism

EU plans easier terms for bundled loans

Proposal for lower capital charges aims to revive eurozone securitisation market

The day of the flash crash

US DoJ’s case relies on Sarao’s alleged activity

Confusion over EU insurers’ capital moves

£10bn-worth of UK deals have been linked to Solvency II rules

BP fights to blow away gas rigging claims

Oil major dismisses case as ‘overwrought speculative fiction’

Phone call at heart of US case against BP

Oil group says conversation nothing more than annoyance at unexpected call from junior colleague

UK banks: fine times

How to balance between price regulation and bank stability?

BP traders rigged gas market, says judge

Plot in wake of hurricane could result in millions in fines

ITG settles over ‘secret trading desk’

US group will pay record dark pool fine to end SEC charges

ITG fine puts dark pools back in the dock

Scrutiny of block trading intensifies with expected $20m fine