Greek banks fall a further 30%

Sector makes heavy losses as pace of wider selling eases

Promontory suspended over StanChart work

NY regulator challenges consultancy over Iran sanctions review

Reforms cut stamp duty bill for thousands

But some paid average of £28,000 more tax under new regime

Crédit Agricole nears US sanctions deal

French lender reports strong performance across all lines

UK starts process of selling RBS stake

Initial tranche of £2bn of shares to be placed with institutions

China concerns bring Apple down to earth

Shares hit lowest level since January as other tech stocks suffer

$675m held by Malaysia PM ‘from donor’

Commission says payments were not related to 1MDB investment fund

Just Eat continues to record strong growth

Robust performance from online takeaway middleman despite rivalry

BMW warns of impact from China slowdown

Chief executive cautious about forecasts for carmaker’s profits

Young people more demanding over salaries

Bargaining power starts to return as unemployment falls

Tube workers to strike over night service

Walkout set to start on Wednesday evening

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