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FCA says it is watching algorithmic traders linked to pound's flash crash

FCA says it is watching algorithmic traders linked to pound's flash crash

Regulator’s statement comes after its chief executive, Andrew Bailey, pledges to clean up the scandal-prone City of LondonThe City regulator has said it is keeping a close watch on algorithmic traders
Carney changes his tune as consumers dance on until the music stops | Nils Pratley

Carney changes his tune as consumers dance on until the music stops | Nils Pratley

The Bank of England’s forecasts over Brexit have gone embarrassingly awry but it warnings over inflation are likely to prove more accurateWhat a surprise, the great British consumer did not retreat
Bank of England to reveal stress test results for UK's biggest banks

Bank of England to reveal stress test results for UK's biggest banks

Snapshot assesses resilience of six banks and one building society as well as risks to post-Brexit financial system The Bank of England is due to provide a snapshot of the strength of Britain’s
RBS fails Bank of England stress test

RBS fails Bank of England stress test

Taxpayer-backed bank unveils plan to bolster its capital by £2bn after faltering in annual health check of UK banking systemRoyal Bank of Scotland was the biggest failure in the Bank of England’s
Banking standards: treacherous political waters lie ahead

Banking standards: treacherous political waters lie ahead

The system has been safer since the Basel III regulations, but tensions are high between the US and the eurozone – which both have their own preoccupationsThe financial crisis of 2008 gave a big boost
No one can afford to stop the new consumer credit crisis

No one can afford to stop the new consumer credit crisis

The Bank of England is too complacent about rising debt in households with stagnant incomes. But government dare not risk any slowdown in spendingConsumer debt has raised its ugly head again.
Democrat Member of U.S. Federal Election Commission to Make Early Exit

Democrat Member of U.S. Federal Election Commission to Make Early Exit

“I think I can be more effective on the outside.”
The Bank of England fears it may not spot the next crisis. Here’s where to look

The Bank of England fears it may not spot the next crisis. Here’s where to look

Policymaker Gertan Vlieghe shocked MPs with his admission about the limitations of forecasting. But it’s not hard to see where some hotspots areIt was like a private confession broadcast to the
Facebook and Google Need to Be Regulated, Says British News Industry

Facebook and Google Need to Be Regulated, Says British News Industry

Group calls on national regulators to investigate the tech giants' duopoly in media and advertising.
Facebook and Google Need to Be Regulated, Says British News Industry

Facebook and Google Need to Be Regulated, Says British News Industry

Group calls on national regulators to investigate the tech giants' duopoly in media and advertising.
The Guardian view on rising personal debt: more prudence please | Editorial

The Guardian view on rising personal debt: more prudence please | Editorial

The Prudential Regulatory Authority should use its power to stop credit card companies making it easy for people to get into debtNew figures on business confidence suggest that the one place where the
Bank of England orders financial firms to draft Brexit contingency plans

Bank of England orders financial firms to draft Brexit contingency plans

Mark Carney sets 14 July deadline to see plans, saying firms must prepare for ‘all eventualities’ as he calls on politicians not to cut City adrift from Europe The Bank of England has given financial
Investors think the election means a softer Brexit – are they right?

Investors think the election means a softer Brexit – are they right?

Theresa May may have won herself room to compromise on the UK’s exit from the EU – but don’t get too carried away Ignore the 180-point fall in the FTSE 100 index. Part of the decline occurred before
T-Mobile Gets Dutch Court’s Okay of Free Data for Music Streaming

T-Mobile Gets Dutch Court’s Okay of Free Data for Music Streaming

Dutch consumer regulator had banned the practice last year.
T-Mobile Gets Dutch Court’s Okay of Free Data for Music Streaming

T-Mobile Gets Dutch Court’s Okay of Free Data for Music Streaming

Dutch consumer regulator had banned the practice last year.
Startup Raises $35 Million in 30 Seconds With Crypto-Currency Offering

Startup Raises $35 Million in 30 Seconds With Crypto-Currency Offering

It's the largest and fastest "coin offering" in the history of crypto-currency.
Startup Raises $35 Million in 30 Seconds With Crypto-Currency Offering

Startup Raises $35 Million in 30 Seconds With Crypto-Currency Offering

It's the largest and fastest "coin offering" in the history of crypto-currency.
UK banks ordered to hold more capital as consumer debt surges

UK banks ordered to hold more capital as consumer debt surges

Bank of England brings forward annual stress tests as it grows anxious over lenders’ exposure to consumer creditThe Bank of England is to force banks to strengthen their financial position in the face
Can the Bank get Britain to kick its cheap credit habit?

Can the Bank get Britain to kick its cheap credit habit?

Low interest rates, high house prices, new car deals and low-cost credit cards make an explosive mixture - which regulators may struggle to keep a lid onOne thing sure to upset Bank of England
Bank of England steps up scrutiny of lenders

Bank of England steps up scrutiny of lenders

Threadneedle Street tells credit card and personal loan providers to stick to their terms and conditions The Bank of England is stepping up its scrutiny of banks and other lenders on credit cards,