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UK interest rates left unchanged at 0.25% 5 minutes ago From the BBC section Business Image copyrightREUTERS The Bank of England has left its main interest rate at 0.25%. The decision of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) to leave rates at their new, historically low, level was no surprise. Only last month the Bank cut its bank rate from 0.5% to 0.25%, as part of its attempts to ensure the stability of the UK’s banking system…Read More
From: Competition and Markets Authority First published: 16 August 2016 Part of: Mergers The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has provisionally found that ICE’s acquisition of Trayport may give rise to competition concerns. Intercontinental Exchange, Inc. (ICE) is the largest operator of exchanges and clearinghouses in the trading of European utilities. It has its own proprietary software which allows trading of energy commodity and utility derivatives on its exchanges. Trayport’s software permits the trading of energy commodity and…Read More
From: The Insolvency Service First published: 3 August 2016 Company director Mr Ian Ellison has been imprisoned for 6 months following an initial investigation by the Insolvency Service. On 24 June 2016, the Preston Crown Court sentenced Mr Ian Ellison to immediate imprisonment for 6 months. Mr Ellison had pleaded guilty to one offence of Removal of Property under section 357(3) of the Insolvency Act 1986. Mr Ellison’s conviction follows an initial investigation by the…Read More
From: The Insolvency Service First published: 3 August 2016 Thames Trustees Ltd, a Preston-based company, which facilitated and operated a pension liberation scheme, has been wound up in the High Court following an investigation by the Insolvency Service. The company acted as trustee of the Westminster Pension Scheme (‘the Scheme’) which was established in December 2012. Clients were induced to move their existing pension funds into the Scheme on the basis that they would receive…Read More
From: The Insolvency Service First published: 3 August 2016 Two directors involved in a company providing debt collection services have been disqualified from acting as directors following an investigation by the Insolvency Service. Terence Mellor, 52, of Northumberland and Ross Alan Morton, 28,of Sunderland, have both been disqualified following an application to the court for a total period of 22 years. Terence Michael Mellor and Ross Alan Morton were both disqualified by the court on…Read More
Christine Lagarde noted that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) would continue to support its positions, while she admitted that Greece’s bailout was not successful, especially for the Greeks. “We still need to be rigorous and disciplined. On occasion we will still make recommendations that people are not happy with because it is hard,” Lagarde said. “But I would like the IMF to have that human face.” The managing director expressed the IMF’s intention to remain…Read More
On September 28, 2015, we wrote, “Will Deutsche Bank Be This Cycle’s Lehman Bros?” At the time, Deutsche Bank was trading at $26. Five months later and Deutsche Bank has since announced a $6.6 billion loss for 2015 and has fallen to $15. It is now down 36% on the year. Looking at the longer […] Source: Deutsche Bank on the Verge of Failure? Stock Price Collapses – The Dollar VigilanteRead More
Bank of England warns Brexit risks beginning to crystallise 5 July 2016 From the BBC section Business The Bank of England has warned there is evidence that risks it identified related to Brexit are emerging. In a major report it states: “There is evidence that some risks have begun to crystallise. The current outlook for UK financial stability is challenging.” The Bank has eased special capital requirements for banks, potentially freeing up £150bn for lending. Eight…Read More
From the section Business Image copyrightREUTERS The pound has hit a fresh 31-year low against the dollar as worries over the UK’s exit from the European Union continued to rattle financial markets. At one point it dropped to $1.2798, before recovering slightly to $1.2953. Analysts blamed warnings from the Bank of England on Tuesday that Brexit risks were “crystallising” and fears about the UK commercial property market. The pound has now fallen by about 14% against…Read More