Lloyds boss Antonio Horta Osorio expressed 'deep regret' to his 75,000 staff today after being caught having an alleged affair on a business trip.
LONDON/MILAN, Aug 24 (Reuters) - European shares rose on Wednesday, helped by a buoyant banking sector, while a disappointing update from British miner Glencore dragged the mining sector lower.
Sir Martin Sorrell yesterday said the British economy is already 'perking up' following the vote to leave the European Union.
A powerful City group whose members manage assets worth a staggering �14trillion will on Thursday take the unprecedented step of publicly criticising corporate governance and working practices at Sports Direct International.
NEW YORK, Aug 24 (Reuters) - Oil prices tumbled on Wednesday, with U.S. crude settling about 3 percent lower, after an unexpectedly large inventory build in the world's biggest oil consumer renewed worries about oversupply.