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Bankers feel shortchanged by bonus clampdown
Proposals to claw back bonuses and jail reckless bankers unveiled by the UK's twin banking regulators have been welcomed by politicians but have drawn stark warnings about a loss of competitiveness from the banking community.
UK Bankers Face Bonus Clawback Under New Rules  
Bank of England imposes 7-year bonus clawback on errant bankers  
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Barclays Plc (BARC) jumped the most in almost three months after the U.K.'s second-largest lender returned to profit, a sign Chief Executive Officer Antony Jenkins's overhaul may be starting to pay off.
The US economy roared ahead with annualised growth of 4 per cent in the second quarter, confirming that weakness early this year was an aberration and the recovery is back on track.
Energy companies are in line to make pre-tax profits of �106 per household over the next 12 months, according to new estimates by regulator Ofgem.
One of Britain's biggest banks is shutting down the accounts of �risky� customers, including a number of Muslim organisations who claim they are being unfairly targeted in an �Islamophobic campaign�.
Two of the FTSE 100's most heavily-weighted sectors moved in different directions on Wednesday, as investors scrutinised the latest earnings news from among the index's miners and banks.

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