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Crisis over? Not yet: 2015 will be the worst year in history for UK bank fines
Any hopes UK banks had that they could put their past misdeeds behind them, and reduce the amount they are paying out in misconduct fines, have been comprehensively dashed by Standard & Poor's.
UK's big four banks face extra �19bn in fines, analysts predict  
S&P: Major UK banks to face �19bn charges  
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An exit from the EU could cost the UK up to 3 per cent a year in lost output by the end of the next decade, a German study warns. The report from the Bertelsmann Foundation, a German think-tank, argues that the cost of a British exit or �Brexit� would have a ...
Banking giant HSBC saw billions more added to its stock market value today as shares rose on reports that it was weighing up a sale of its British retail bank.
Britain's housebuilders saw their share prices hit on Monday after Ed Miliband unveiled detailed plans to impose rent controls on landlords.
Owner Centrica said that British Gas had stemmed the flow of customers leaving the business, with the number of accounts on its books staying at 14.8 million, following a five per cent cut in gas tariffs from the end of February.
Greece reshuffled its bailout-negotiating team, clipping Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis's wings, after three months of talks with creditors failed to unlock aid and a meeting with his euro-area counterparts ended in acrimony.

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