Saturday Papers: China to prop up market as rout deepens
And Greece's Yanis Varoufakis prepares for economic siege as companies issue private currencies.
FTSE falls: Greeks stare into abyss, banks accused of more rigging
Bank shares fall as Brazil investigates suspected foreign exchange manipulation. Europe's markets nervously await Greece's referendum.
Ombudsman hit by surge in pension liberation cases
Pensions Ombudsman Service sees 240% increase in liberation cases.
FCA clarifies Pension Wise redress and complaint procedures
Regulator decides that bodies behind the Pension Wise service could be liable to pay redress to savers.
Bond 'vigilante' leaves M&G after 12 years
Government bond manager Mike Riddell ends a 12-year stint with M&G Investments, prompting a reshuffle of its fixed interest team.
FSCS deposit protection cut to £75k due to weak euro
Protection falls from £85,000 to £75,000 due relative weakness of euro.
Nest names new chief executive
The government-backed auto-enrolment scheme Nest has announced who will replace chief executive Tim Jones.
Chase de Vere posts £4.6m profit as redress costs fall
National swings into profit as redress costs fall and revenue rises.
Asian bonds not immune to Grexit shock, warns income star
Citywire AA-rated Teresa Kong believes the region is relatively well insulated but short-term shock cannot be discounted.