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Standard Chartered faces Treasury fine over sanctions breaches
The Treasury is to slap Standard Chartered, the emerging markets lender, with a multimillion-pound fine for failing to prevent sanctions breaches, dealing a further blow to the FTSE-100 bank's reputation.
British Steel in exclusive talks with Turkish military pension fund
Turkey's military pension fund has entered into exclusive talks for the takeover of British Steel.
Hong Kong: Cathay Pacific CEO Rupert Hogg resigns over 'recent events'
The boss of Cathay Pacific has resigned over "recent events" taking place in Hong Kong.
London Stock Exchange trading resumes after technical glitch delays opening
Trading resumed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) after technical issues delayed the opening bell on Friday morning.
£1bn finance merger falls prey to City fears over Woodford crisis
The crisis surrounding Neil Woodford, the former 'star' fund manager who has blocked investors from offloading their holdings in his flagship fund, has put paid to a merger between two London-listed finance companies.
Huawei boss: 'UK won't say no to us' in the roll-out of 5G
The founder and chief executive of Huawei has said "the UK won't say no to us" when it comes to including Huawei in its critical infrastructure.
China's threat to retaliate against US tariffs rattles global markets
China has threatened "necessary countermeasures" against planned US trade tariffs, sparking renewed volatility on global stock markets.
Asda says Brexit uncertainty hurting shoppers
Asda said Brexit uncertainty was hurting its customers as it reported a fall in sales for the first half of the year.
Online splurge gives retailers unexpected boost in July - ONS
Shoppers in Britain have given retailers a surprise boost in July, helped by the strongest growth in online since May 2016.
TSB customers threaten to leave bank following latest IT problems
TSB has apologised to its customers after they were unable to use its digital banking services on Thursday morning.