Transparency is to be the keyword for the Bank of England's dealings with the City. The Bank is on a mission to overhaul how it interacts with the City in the wake of its embroilment in the forex scandal.
Standard Chartered has hired the veteran investment banker Bill Winters as its new chief executive, drawing praise from investors even though he is widely expected to launch a multibillion-pound rights issue.
Last year the number of private renters rose at the fastest rate since records began. posted on Feb. 26, 2015, at 9:30 a.m.. Emily Ashton.
Germany is expected to approve the new eurozone bail-out deal for Greece in a parliamentary vote on Friday but has warned that Athens will receive nothing unless it honours its commitments under the deal.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's ability to project its global influence is threatened by spending cuts and further reductions to its foreign affairs budget could be "disastrous", a committee of MPs said in a report published on Friday.