Sunday Papers: ‘Take forex rigging fines out of bonuses’
And Black Friday was followed by Panic Saturday as shoppers thronged town centres preparing to spend an estimated £1.2 billion on last-minute gifts before Christmas Day.
Saturday Papers: Obama says Sony ‘made mistake’ in pulling film
And Richard Desmond is exploring a sale of the Daily Express, in what would amount to the biggest British national newspaper deal for a decade.
FTSE brushes past 6,500 as Fed relief rally continues
(Update) The FTSE 100 advanced a further 1.2%, up nearly 4% on the week, after making gains for the fourth day in a row.
Newcastle IFA sentenced to five years for £3m fraud
Former financial adviser Alok Dhanda has been jailed for five years and eight months after admitting to defrauding 41 clients out of £3 million.
Former Arck partner pleads guilty in £50m investment fraud
Former director of property investment scheme Arck LLP Richard Clay has pleaded guilty to three counts of fraud.
Connaught Asset Management directors banned for 16 years
Two directors of Connaught Asset Management have been disqualified as directors for a combined 16 years.
Court upholds landmark ruling against tax avoidance
A tax tribunal has upheld a landmark ruling against a stamp duty land tax avoidance scheme.
Gov't sets out plans to revamp FCA enforcement process
The government has revealed plans to overhaul the Financial Conduct Authority’s enforcement processes following a review, which could see changes such as the regulator scrapping discounts on fines.
Arch boss Farrell launches bid to overturn High Court defeat
Arch Financial Products chief executive Robin Farrell has kick-started a bid to overturn a High Court ruling which he claims will end his career, reputation and could leave him bankrupt.
LV= seals deal for Teachers Assurance
Provider LV= has agreed terms for a takeover of mutual insurance society Teachers Assurance's life, pensions and with-profits business.