Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc hid or failed to disclose information regarding the identities of sanctioned parties in 3,500 transactions valued at approximately $523 million, the New York Department of Financial Services said in a statement today.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's economy will expand at its fastest rate in seven years in 2014, thanks to strengthening household consumption, but high household debt will slow growth in 2015, the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said on Thursday.
A Bank of England rate-setter yesterday said that Threadneedle Street's flagship forward guidance policy was likely to have had little impact on the economy and appeared to clash with Governor Mark Carney over the timing of possible rate rises.
Imagination Technologies, the FTSE 250 business which designs graphic processor chips in Apple's iPhone, yesterday saw its shares crash 16 per cent to a three-year low, amid slowing smartphone growth and a slide in profits.
A plane takes off in thick fog at Heathrow, where the prospect of political assent for a third or fourth runway seems to be increasing.