Shares in Greece's stricken banks fell to an all-time low this morning as reports suggested the European Central Bank was considering pulling the plug on the country's lenders.
Consumer rights campaigner Which? has issued the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) with a �super-complaint� regarding supermarket pricing practices.
The losses are in stark contrast to the year earlier, when pre-tax profits of �39.7m were reported by the company. Wonga has been significantly less active in the market over the last 12 months, as lending volumes fell to �732m, from �1.1bn in 2013.
... * Nine month op profit up 20 percent to 1.03 billion pounds. * In UK adds 127,000 new users in Q3, up 41 pct on last year. * Shares up 4 percent, hit highest in 14 years (Adds CEO quotes).
Dmitry Medvedev sees a different economic reality for his country should it continue to face sanctions and weak oil prices. 14:56, UK, Tuesday 21 April 2015.