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Co-op Bank loses 38000 customers but slashes first-half losses
The Co-operative Bank has announced a loss of 38,000 current account customers amidst a �hurricane of negative publicity� following its near collapse, but has, however, recorded a financial strengthening in its first half.
More jobs to go as Co-op Bank slips to �75.8m loss  The Courier
'Hurricane of bad publicity' too much for Co-op Bank customers  Yorkshire Post
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Emma Lunn: Most energy firms are as bad as one other
Labour's pledge to ban rogue energy firms came in the same week in which yet another energy giant was lambasted by Ofgem. The regulator has forced EDF, one of the "big six", to pay out �3m for breaching complaint-handling rules.
Energy giant EDF told to pay ONE DAY's profit as punishment for customer ...
EDF Energy to pay �3m after new SAP IT system migration led to complaints ...  CFOworld
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Stock Exchange deal
The owner of the London Stock Exchange plans to raise almost �1 billion in a rights issue to help fund the acquisition of a US-based rival.
City underwriters cash in on LSE's �938m rights  The Independent
LSE owner raising �938m to fund Frank Russell deal  Scotsman
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The ECB's Mario Draghi Should Be Talking About Monetary Policy, Not Fiscal
After all, it is actually monetary policy in the eurozone that Mario Draghi is in charge of as the head of the European Central Bank.
Draghi at Deflation Gulch  New York Times (blog)
ECB's Mario Draghi Signals Departure From Austerity Focus  Wall Street Journal
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Bank of England's deputy governor: Low pay growth here to stay
Workers could face consistently lower pay rises than those they grew accustomed to before the crisis, a senior Bank of England policymaker has warned.
Bank of England deputy says weak UK pay growth could persist  Reuters UK
Bank of England Deputy Sees Likely Rise in UK Wages  Wall Street Journal
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Goldman agrees to US$3.15bn mortgage buyback
Goldman Sachs is paying its largest bill yet to resolve a US government lawsuit related to the 2007 to 2009 financial crisis. The bank said on Friday that it had agreed to a US$3.15 billion buyback of mortgage bonds from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac to end a ...
Goldman Sachs Agrees to Settlement worth $1.2 billion  Uncover California
Goldman in deal worth $1.2 bn over US bond claims  Zee News
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Costain expects an exciting future
Bosses claiming the UK construction market is struggling to get into recovery are not sitting in the chief executive's office at Costain, according to the executive who some are tipping to be poached to run Balfour Beatty, Britain's biggest beast.
Balfour Beatty: The fine line between boldness and foolishness
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Aga Rangemaster profits up by 60%
Range cooker maker Aga Rangemaster reported better-than-expected operating profits of �2.4million, a 60 per cent increase for the first six months of this year, buoyed by growing sales of new products.
Slimline Aga for city living: Manufacturer unveils 60cm version of its cast ...  Daily Mail
AGA cooking up a storm as it predicts a strong surge in annual profits  Proactive Investors UK
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Salmond �wrong� to imply NHS threatened by English privatisation
Dr David McCausland, head of economics at Aberdeen University, accused first minister of "playing with emotions" with claims NHS threatened by privatisation in England.
Independence referendum: Westminster is throwing away the NHS.. a Yes vote ...  Scottish Daily Record
Holyrood oil figures unlikely to be achieved, claims the former chief of CBI ...  Herald Scotland
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Energy firms found guilty of bad practice could have licences revoked under ...
Energy firms found to be guilty of bad practice could be put out of business if Labour wins the election. Caroline Flint, the shadow energy secretary, says a Labour government would create a new energy regulator and give it the power to revoke licences if ...
Labour announces plans for new energy regulator  Silver Surfer Today
Doncaster MP's energy company pledge  The Star
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