The UK financial regulator has fined the boss of the so-called London Whale at JPMorgan Chase nearly �800,000 over the $6bn mismarking episode, but Achilles Macris is continuing to press another part of his legal battle against the watchdog.
Credit Suisse chief executive Tidjane Thiam says his bank is “stronger than ever” and the unceremonious dumping of bank shares is “not justified”.
The Conservative government's policy of allowing housing association tenants to buy their homes could benefit private landlords and drive up welfare costs, a committee of MPs has warned.
The controversial tie-up is facing scrutiny by regulator Ofgem but Age UK tells Sky News: "We have done absolutely nothing wrong".
A view of the cooling towers of the Drax coal-fired power station near Selby, northern England. Drax pulled out of a �1bn installation of carbon capture technology to cut emissions, citing the UK government's reduction of subsidies for renewable energy.