Both the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA) claim Jes Staley’s actions violated rules that require him to ‘act with due skill, care and diligence’.
A third of landlords with just one buy-to-let property are planning to sell and give up on buy-to-let, but 38 per cent of landlords who own two or more properties say they are planning to buy.
After his first marriage, my husband’s first wife demanded 50% of his private pension during the divorce settlement. Now she is dead and his son has demanded his mother’s share.
MPC member Michael Saunders today brushed aside recent weak economic data, saying that the significance of the slowdown is ‘questionable’.
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Originally placed opposite the famous bull sculpture outside the New York Stock Exchange, the statue of a girl with her hands on her hips will be shifted to another spot close by.
Hostelworld allows young travellers and those on a budget to find cheap beds in 36,000 hostels. It also offers more than 10m reviews, travel videos and podcasts, city guides and a social network.
Pryce bought 6,300 shares at 1273p each after the Serious Fraud Office announced a probe into its conduct in Algeria. Shares fell more than 4.6 per cent Thursday, but recovered much of that fall yesterday.
Takeda, Japan’s largest pharmaceutical company, just won’t take no for an answer. Having had three bids for the Irish drug maker Shire turned down, it returned with an improved fourth yesterday.
Staley has been issued with a humiliating public reprimand by watchdogs for wrongly attempting to uncover the writer of poison pen letters criticising his appointment of a friend.