LONDON (Reuters) - World financial markets were unsettled again on Thursday as a week-long sell-off in benchmark government bonds, stocks and the dollar, and a race up in oil prices, was compounded by UK election uncertainty.
Officials over at the Bank of England have admitted a clerical error meant data on the sale of UK government debt had mis-stated sales to the tune of �13.4bn.
Shedding the Glasgow-based lender is an "absolute priority", says National Australia Bank after racking up hefty losses.
Sainsbury's chief executive, Mike Coupe, has predicted discount supermarkets are set to gobble up nearly 15 per cent of the market by 2022.
ATHENS--The European Central Bank on Wednesday increased the amount of money Greek banks can borrow under an emergency lending program, according to a Greek bank official, extending a lifeline for the country's banks as its government continues ...