Monday Papers: Greece to miss IMF payments
And 40% slide in Brent crude prices from a peak of $115 a barrel last June, has put smaller, cash-strapped producers in financial trouble.
Asian markets gain led by China stocks
Japanese shares gained ground amid a stronger dollar.
Sunday Papers: Vodafone investors want £120bn Liberty deal
And banks brace for more foreign exchange rigging pain as civil lawsuits come forth or manipulating currency benchmarks.
Saturday Papers: Amazon starts to book UK sales in Britain
And BoE officials are secretly researching the financial shocks that could hit Britain if there is a vote to leave the EU in the forthcoming referendum.
IFA loses FCA ban battle but regulator rebuked over PR
A former financial adviser has lost his bid to overturn a £10,000 fine and ban imposed by the Financial Conduct Authority, but won a small victory as a judge rebuked the regulator over the way it communicated the enforcement action.
Close Brothers assets surge to £11bn
Close Brothers' assets under management rose by 9% to £10.6 billion in the three months to the end of April.
PFS tests adviser appetite for compliance qualification
The Personal Finance Society (PFS) is considering launching a compliance qualification as it looks to develop more support for compliance officers.
Wheatley: fines are changing banks for the better
FCA chief executive Martin Wheatley claims bank fines are 'make a difference' to City culture, but it will take time.
Labour names peer Keith Bradley as shadow pensions minister
Labour peer Keith Bradley will shadow Tory pensions minister Ros Altmann in the House of Lords.
Vodafone lifts FTSE on mounting merger speculation
Analysts rush to upgrade their stance on Vodafone as shares continue rally driven by merger speculation.