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Co-op Bank faces going concern issues
This is in spite of the lower than expected losses and higher CET1 (common equity tier 1) for the half year to 30 June 2014. In its interim financial report for the six months to end June 2014, the bank provides a three-page list of principal risks and uncertainties.
Co-op Bank admits: Scandals have lost us customers  
Co-Op Bank loses 38000 customers after near collapse  
Market Chart
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Top stories

EDF has been ordered to pay out �3 million to benefit �vulnerable customers� after an investigation by the energy industry watchdog Ofgem found that the big six supplier had breached complaint handling rules.
Janet Yellen, chairman of the US Federal Reserve, appeared to open the door to an early rise in interest rates on Friday, as she warned that it was almost impossible to determine whether the labour market would ever bounce back to its state before the ...
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's top equity index slipped off three-week highs on Friday, with mining stocks among the worst performers as weak metals prices weighed on the sector.
Shareholders will be able to buy three new shares for every 11 they already own in the company at a 1,295 pence each, a 30.1% discount to Thursday's closing price.
A landlord who rented a room that could only be accessed by tenants by crawling on their hands and knees has been fined. The top floor bedroom in a house Hendon, North London, was being let to a couple for �420 a month.

Trends

GainersChange Mkt Cap
BA69 City of London Investment Trust plc 8.00% 1,091.53M
ESNT Essentra PLC 3.44% 2,026.98M
TCG Thomas Cook Group plc 3.22% 1,839.71M
PMO Premier Oil PLC 3.08% 1,796.19M
ACHL Asian Citrus Holdings Ltd. 2.97% 2,267.97M
LosersChange Mkt Cap
CTYA City of London Investment Trust plc -26.32% 1,091.53M
IGG IG Group Holdings plc -3.23% 2,189.04M
SEPL Seplat Petroleum Development Company PLC -2.95% 363,091.14M
VED Vedanta Resources plc -2.04% 2,691.33M
ASC ASOS plc -1.89% 1,874.34M
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