Win for UK on eurozone clearing houses

ECB forced to scrap location policy for clearing houses

StanChart chief forgoes bonus

Bank expands restructuring plans to weather ‘perfect storm’

Afren defaults on $15m interest payment

Africa-focused oil explorer pursues restructuring with lenders

Retreat from investment banking gathers pace

RBS to slash jobs and Barclays chief impatient for turnround

Tax havens linked to London property

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

Living standards set to bounce back

Osborne claims ‘major milestone’ in recovery

Cyber security loophole found at bank

Vulnerability allows access to accounts ‘by the front door’

Greece in charts: Athens’ uphill struggle

The country faces a huge economic challenge despite bailout deal

Downing St behind challenge to Fridman deal

Scope of Russia sanctions sparked move over North Sea fields

LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 13: Eurostar's brand new e320 fleet is unveiled today complete with a live reveal of the train and special guests including Raymond Blanc and a catwalk show with 20 Eurostar staff at St Pancras Station on November 13, 2014 in London, England. (Photo by Tristan Fewings/Getty Images for Eurostar)

Eurostar sale raises £757m for Treasury

Cross-Channel train operator stake almost twice the anticipated sum

Clinton paves way for White House run

Speech highlights fragility of recovery and takes aim at business

Comment and Analysis

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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Japan business lobby names female executive

Keidanren shake-up comes amid Abe push for more women in workplace

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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."
By on Greece in talks for third bailout of up to €50bn, Spain says

"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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