Win for UK on eurozone clearing houses

ECB forced to scrap location policy for clearing houses

EU proposes to extend bank pay rules

Bonus caps of ‘major concern’ in London

ECB prepares to give details of QE scheme

Bond buying programme expected to reach €1.1tn

Afren defaults on $15m interest payment

Africa-focused oil explorer pursues restructuring with lenders

StanChart chief waives bonus

Bank expands restructuring plans to weather ‘perfect storm’

RBS opens HQ doors to Scottish start-ups

Goodwin’s opulent ‘executive wing’ to be entrepreneurs centre

Living standards set to bounce back

Osborne claims ‘major milestone’ in recovery

Jim McColl, Scottish businessman and entrepreneur, and new owner of Ferguson Marine, Port Glasgow.
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Resurrection man takes on Clyde challenge

Jim McColl is on a mission to turn round the fortunes of Ferguson Marine

China to narrow gap on defence spending

Beijing continues to prioritise military budget as growth slows

Tax havens linked to London property

Foreign companies hold 40,000 high-value homes in capital, study finds

Greece in charts: Athens’ uphill struggle

The country faces a huge economic challenge despite bailout deal

Comment and Analysis

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Final hours of Russian’s life are subject of rumour and speculation

Vanguard asset management

Vanguard’s Europe march tracks ECB’s QE

Passive investment provider expects rising demand for stocks

Petrobras scandal set to snare politicians

Attorney-general asks Supreme Court to investigate 54 people

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"The Spanish Government 'would contribute 13-14% of the new bailout'. If I were a Spanish citizen, I would be livid. After all the austerity, bankruptcies, property collapse, continuing unemployment in Spain - they have to help the Greeks?? They need their money for their own citizens."
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"Let the politicians create the opportunities for other parts of the UK to catch up; not constrain London and force balancing."
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