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Bank of England mulls negative interest rates

Bank of England mulls negative interest rates
The Bank of England is considering the “extraordinary” idea of negative interest rates as one of a number of radical policies to help return the UK to growth. Paul Tucker, deputy governor for financial stability, raised the possibility in front of MPs after saying the Bank could be doing more to help the economy. Negative interest rates ... Full story

RBS to unveil £8bn US bank float

RBS to unveil £8bn US bank float
Royal Bank of Scotland will next week reveal plans to float its US retail bank, Citizens, in a deal expected to raise more than £8bn for the state-backed lender. The potential initial public offering (IPO) would be one of the largest ever spin-outs from a UK bank and would dwarf the returns made by RBS on ... Full story

Osborne vows to stick to Coalition’s economic plan despite loss of Britain’s triple A credit rating

Osborne vows to stick to Coalition's economic plan despite loss of Britain's triple A credit rating
George Osborne has vowed to stick to the Coalition’s economic plans even after Britain lost its cherished AAA credit rating amid concern about weak growth and rising debt. In a symbolic blow to the Government’s economic plans, Moody’s, one of the biggest global credit ratings agencies, downgraded Britain. The agency said it had acted because of “continuing ... Full story

BHP Billiton chief Marius Kloppers to retire, profits plunge

BHP Billiton chief Marius Kloppers to retire, profits plunge
BHP Billiton, the world’s biggest mining company, named base metals head Andrew Mackenzie as its new chief executive and confirmed Marius Kloppers is stepping down from the top job. The move underlines the change sweeping the world’s natural resource giants in the face of a worsening environment, after rivals Rio Tinto and Anglo American unveiled new ... Full story

Britain ‘on the brink’ of energy crisis, warns regulator

Britain 'on the brink' of energy crisis, warns regulator
Households must prepare for a sharp rise in energy bills within two years as Britain comes “dangerously” close to power shortages, the chief executive of Ofgem has warned. The country would become more reliant on foreign gas to generate electricity as European Union pollution laws meant the dirtiest coal-fired stations had to shut, said Alistair Buchanan, ... Full story

Sterling strikes seven-month lows amid calls for further weakness

Sterling strikes seven-month lows amid calls for further weakness
Sterling struck seven-month lows against the dollar, before later recovering some of its losses, as a Bank of England policymaker said the pound may need to weaken further. During morning trading on Monday, the pound fell 0.5pc to $1.5438 - its lowest level since July last year - before recovering to trade around $1.5483. Sterling's slide came ... Full story

Cameron set for questions on helicopter bribes claim

Cameron set for questions on helicopter bribes claim
David Cameron is expected to be quizzed about bribery allegations linked to British-built helicopters and other issues ranging from Vodafone’s disputed $2.5bn (£1.6bn) tax bill to his meetings with the presidents of Pakistan and Afghanistan during a three-day visit to India to boost trade. The Prime Minister is heading the biggest delegation of British business leaders ... Full story

Exports can lead UK back to growth, says BoE’s Martin Weale

Exports can lead UK back to growth, says BoE's Martin Weale
Britain’s manufacturers must start taking risks and investing in new export markets if they are to lead the country back to sustainable economic growth, a top Bank of England policymaker has declared. Martin Weale, a member of the Bank’s nine-strong rate-setting Monetary Policy Committee, claimed businesses have squandered four years in which the pound has been ... Full story

Barclays cuts 3,700 jobs in overhaul to restore reputation

Barclays cuts 3,700 jobs in overhaul to restore reputation
Barclays will close businesses generating £500m in annual revenues as a result of a major overhaul of the bank that will see 3,700 jobs axed. Antony Jenkins, chief executive of Barclays, said the cuts showed his plans for change at the bank were not mere “window dressing or PR” as he pointed to the financial cost ... Full story

How to be your own dragon for just a tenner

How to be your own dragon for just a tenner
Until recently you needed a sizeable fortune to invest in start-up companies, but crowdfunding sites allow investors to contribute as little as £10. The TV show Dragon’s Den is looking for a new dragon, after Theo Paphitis – a former chairman of Millwall Football Club, who now runs both Robert Dyas and Ryman – quit last ... Full story

RBS executive John Hourican tells colleagues ‘not to waste my death’

RBS executive John Hourican tells colleagues 'not to waste my death'
Royal Bank of Scotland’s outgoing executive John Hourican has warned colleagues not to waste “my death” after ordering them to get angry over the Libor scandal that led to his resignation. Mr Hourican was one of five RBS executives who gave evidence on Monday to the Commission on Banking Standards and claimed a “cultural shudder” had ... Full story

Tax payment nightmare rolls on

Tax payment nightmare rolls on
The Telegraph disclosed how Colin Jones was one of up to a thousand people double-charged when paying tax bills last week. Now he's been double refunded. When Colin Jones went to pay his tax bill, he had no idea how much trouble it would cause him. Mr Jones, 59, an insurance broker from Leicestershire, had almost £20,000 ... Full story

Former boss of Next and JJB Sports charged

Former boss of Next and JJB Sports charged
Sir David Jones, the man who turned Next into one of Britain’s largest retailers, has been charged over allegations of forgery and making misleading statements to the market while he was executive chairman of JJB Sports. The allegations are understood to relate to a £1.5m loan made to Sir David by Mike Ashley, the founder of ... Full story

Average Isa rate drops from 2.55pc to 1.74pc

Average Isa rate drops from 2.55pc to 1.74pc
The poor health of the Isa savings market, depressed by the government's efforts to fight the financial crisis, has been highlighed by fresh research. "Desperate" savers looking for better returns on their cash are facing more disappointment as this year's Isa season gets off to a slow start, a financial information website said today. The average rate ... Full story

RBS fined £390m for rigging rates for profit

RBS fined £390m for rigging rates for profit
Traders at Royal Bank of Scotland conspired with staff at rival banks and brokers to manipulate key global borrowing rates for profit, according to the findings of an investigation into Libor-rigging. RBS was yesterday handed fines totalling £390m by British and US regulators after admitting its staff had attempted to manipulate dollar, yen and Swiss Franc ... Full story

How I force insurers to pay up

How I force insurers to pay up
Industry expert Peter Reeve has a way of making reluctant insurers honour claims. Ashvin Goyal faced every landlord's nightmare when a tenant used his property as a cannabis farm and left it uninhabitable. "The kitchen was ripped out, the bathroom was ripped out," said Mr Goyal. "They had drilled holes everywhere and there was water damage." He added: ... Full story

Michaela Strachan: ‘I made £10,000 in five days’

Michaela Strachan: 'I made £10,000 in five days'
Michaela Strachan, 46, the wildlife presenter and author, on 'embarrassing' tips and why she would hate to win the lottery. How did your childhood experience influence your attitude to money? My childhood experiences have completely shaped my attitude to money. I lived in a very secure middle-class family in Esher in Surrey. My dad worked as a manager ... Full story

European markets and euro fall amid investor concern over Spain and Italy

European markets and euro fall amid investor concern over Spain and Italy
Fears of political upheaval in Spain and Italy dramatically doused confidence in stock and bondmarkets bringing 2013’s record breaking rally to a sudden halt. The borrowing costs of Spain and Italy - the eurozone's third and fourth biggest economies - jumped and equities plunged as the spectre of the return of the debt crisis gripped traders. In ... Full story

Don’t get carried away by the FTSE’s bull run

Don't get carried away by the FTSE's bull run
The market has had a great start to the year, but resist the temptation to throw all your money at shares. Investors are being urged not to get carried away with the promising stock market returns seen so far this year. The FTSE 100 has enjoyed its best January since 1989 – and last week the ... Full story

China the world’s ‘most sophisticated’ hacker, says Google’s Eric Schmidt

China the world's 'most sophisticated' hacker, says Google's Eric Schmidt
China's state-sanctioned cybercrime is a global "menace" according to Eric Schmidt, Google's executive chairman, as he predicts a revolution in the country in the coming decades in his latest book. Eric Schmidt, Google’s executive chairman, has described China as the most “sophisticated and prolific” hacker of foreign companies in his upcoming book, according to leaked extracts. “The ... Full story
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