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RBS issues profit warning on 'significant litigation issues'
RBS has warned that the company is still struggling to escape the legacy of its recent past.
WH Ireland launches international business on Isle of Man
WH Ireland has launched a dedicated office and an international business on the Isle of Man
Henderson overcomes RDR income fall with performance fee gains
Increased fund flows to higher-margin products and solid performance helped Henderson overcome a 10% fall in transaction fees
CPI falls below target for first time since 2009
Consumer Price Inflation fell below the Bank of England’s 2% target for the first time since 2009 in January
Mortgage lender Paragon launches banking business
Niche credit and financial services business Paragon Group has announced that it is to launch a dedicated full-service bank
Carney axes jobs target in major forward guidance shift
Low productivity is likely to delay tighter policy despite rising employment the Bank of England governor said in his inflation report.
FTSE 100 rallies but Barclays loses ground
The FTSE 100 was up 0.82% in early trading to 6,645 taking its cue from a continued resurgence in Asian markets rather than the US, while Barclays was nursing a loss as investors digested full-year numbers from the bank.
Walker Crips client assets rise 33%
Walker Crips client assets climbed by 33% over the course of 2013
FTSE falters as Hargreaves hit but RSA races on Hester news
The FTSE 100's early recovery is erased by weak US jobs data.
Wheatley: FX rigging as bad as Libor scandal
Allegations about the banking industry's manipulation of foreign exchange rates have the potential to be 'every bit as bad' as Libor the head of the Financial Conduct Authority said