A city trader has been jailed for 14 years for his involvement in rigging interest rates.
Tom Hayes is the first to be found guilty of manipulating the Libor rate, an international interest rate benchmark.
ITV News' Rebecca Barry reports from Southwark crown Court:
The Government has begun its sale of RBS shares, offering 5.2% of its stake to investors, ITV News economics editor Richard Edgar reports.
Govt begins sale of RBS, offering 5.2% of its stake to professional investors.
The Greek stock market, the Athex, has closed 16.2 percent down after it re-opened for the first time in five weeks today.
Early trading saw the main index down nearly 23 percent, with it then recovering a little around midday.
Greece's four biggest lenders, National Bank of Greece, Piraeus Bank, Alpha Bank, and Eurobank fell the furthest, hitting the daily limit of 30 percent down.
Traders had predicted a sharp fall in stock values as a direct result of the index being closed for so long.
Groups of dairy farmers have milked supermarket shelves dry across the country in a protest against falling prices.Read the full story ›
HSBC has reported a 10% rise in profits for the first half of the year - boosted by bumper profits in Hong Kong.Read the full story ›
A fault which left RBS and NatWest customers unable to login to their online banking yesterday has been blamed on a 'cyber attack'.
A spokesman for the bank said: "The issues that some customers experienced accessing online banking on Friday was due to a surge in internet traffic deliberately directed at the website.
"This deliberate surge of traffic is commonly known as a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack. At no time was there any risk to customers."
A £265 million payout is being shared by thousands of BT workers as savings schemes mature, with some employees landing more than £54,000.Read the full story ›
Taxi booking service Uber has reportedly been valued at nearly $51 billion.Read the full story ›
A fault which left RBS, NatWest and Ulster Bank customers unable to login to their online banking this morning has been fixed, RBS has said.
The cause of the problem, which lasted around 50 minutes, was still being investigated.
We are aware that some customers experienced issues with online banking this morning.
This has now been resolved and our service is operating as normal. We apologise to those customers who experienced difficulties."
Frustrated NatWest customers have taken to Twitter after they were unable to login to their online banking today.Read the full story ›