Barclays faces fines and penalties of more than £2 billion this week as the big investment banks make final settlements with British and US authorities over their involvement in the rigging of global currency markets.
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The energy supplier EDF has come under fire for raising prices for a second time in less than four months.
Week 2 of our series on taking advantage of new Isa allowances
This week, Cambridge building society wins plaudits from Catherine Groom, 31, who lives in Cambridge.
Central Bank registrar hits out at ambitious and ‘ill-conceived’ bids to challenge the nation’s lenders
For decades the Communist party controlled the movement and careers of China’s citizens through draconian systems of household registration and personnel files, paper records that included every black mark for unorthodox or politically incorrect behaviour.
Credit card debt reached a record high last month, as Britons borrowed billions to finance new cars, holidays and big-ticket items in a spending spree not seen since before the global financial crisis.
A state-funded agency that provides loans for small businesses is to cut its interest rates.
Confidence among small businesses is at a four-year low because of concerns among companies that the economy will weaken as Britain prepares to leave the European Union.