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The card security products were sold to customers of 11 high street banks, including Barclays, HSBC, Lloyds, Santander and The Royal Bank of Scotland.
The FTSE 100 index was down 44.2 points to 6,808.2, its low for the session, falling back after hitting a four-month high yesterday which put it within sight of its all-time record peak set in 1999.
Firms must alert workers about the tax risks and question them about health and lifestyle choices and marital status in 'direct and simple language', says the FCA.
The budget airline said it would pass on to customers the savings made thanks to lower fuel costs, expecting to cut its average fare by £2 this year.
GDP in the fourth quarter of 2014 rose by just 0.5 per cent, the weakest level in a year and down from the 0.7 per cent growth achieved in the third quarter of 2014.
Leeds BS chops 3.05% rate on its regular savings account to just 0.85% and blocks customers from moving to its better deal
Leeds Building Society has written to thousands of customers to inform them the rate on its regular saver is crashing by 2.2 percentage points.
'In a few short weeks we’ve uncovered every imaginable trick in the book for parting buyers and vendors with their cash.' Our first-time buyer shares her experiences.
Two immediate impacts of the Greek election were the sell-off of banking stock and higher government borrowing costs
The third, revised approach by IAG of €2.50 (190p) a share plus a dividend of five cent a share still needs to satisfy Ireland’s government, which owns a 25 per cent stake.
With problems coming at him from different angles, time could be running out for Peter Sands time at the helm of Standard Chartered
IBM is preparing to cut more than a quarter of its global workforce in the biggest corporate cull in the computer giant's history, according to a report.
How does an active investor know when a company is a buy, hold or sell. We asked successful fund manager David Urch to explain his strategy.
The scale of the quantitative easing programme and the fact that 80% of purchases will be made by national central banks has given Mario Draghi and the ECB a lot of credibility
Shares in Flybe fell by almost a quarter as investors reacted against the latest set of financial results that show passenger revenue down 3.8 per cent
Petra Diamonds saw its share price fall as wholesale diamond prices fell by 8-9 per cent in the final six months of 2014
Peter Sands, the last remaining head of a major UK bank who was in charge before the financial crisis, looks set to be ousted out as chief executive of Standard Chartered
Greece’s election winners Syriza may be about to give the eurozone an economic headache but they have also knocked the fizz out of a Coca Cola bottler in London.
Royal Bank of Scotland will finally recoup some of the debt it sank into Jurys Inn after the hotel group was snapped up in a £680million deal.
The boss of Barbie maker Mattel has been tossed out of the playpen just four months after plastic brick-maker Lego overtook the children’s favourite as the biggest toy firm in the world.
As the dust settles on the Greek election, the Bank for International Settlements says UK banks still have around £12bn exposed in loans to Greek banks and customers
- Annonce d’arrêts et décisions conc. AT,AZ,BG,HR,EE,FI,FR,GE,DE,GR,HU,IT,LV,LT,MT,MD,NL,PL,PT,RO,RU,RS,SK,SI,SE,TR & UA 13-15.01.15
- Forthcoming judgments and decisions re: AT,AZ,BG,HR,EE,FI,FR,GE,DE,GR,HU,IT,LV,LT,MT,MD,NL,PL,PT,RO,RU,RS,SK,SI,SE,TR & UA 13-15.01.15
- Audience de Grande Chambre Lambert et autres c. France
- Grand Chamber hearing Lambert and Others v. France
- Judgments 27.01.15