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Co-op Bank Trims Annual Losses To �264.2m
The bank says it is stronger than a year ago but it plans to axe more branches as its turnaround plan continues. 08:04, UK, Friday 27 March 2015.
Co-op Bank to speed up asset sales after 264 million pound loss  
Co-op Bank cuts losses as it axes staff and branches  
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LONDON (Reuters) - The Bank of England is warning about potential irregularities in financial markets on a regular basis as it tries to address the problems that dragged it into recent market scandals, a senior BoE official said.
RBS EXPECTS to sell an extra $400m (�269m) of shares in its US bank Citizens, yesterday hiking the size of the sale on strong demand.
Sports Direct chairman Keith Hellawell has insisted that Mike Ashley should not be called to appear before parliament to answer questions about the collapse of USC.
Pension firms will be forced to reveal to customers if they are offering rip-off retirement deals, the financial watchdog announced yesterday.
Barratt Developments has picked its finance director David Thomas to lead the company once chief executive Mark Clare steps down, ending a nine-year stretch in charge of the housebuilder.

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