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The European Central Bank (ECB) headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany. Photograph: Alex Kraus/Bloomberg

European stocks finished at record highs on Monday, carrying over momentum from October’s gains on the back of strong earnings and as expectations of (...)

Barclays chief executive Jes Staley, who has stood down following British regulators’ investigations into his dealings with Jeffrey Epstein. Photograph:  Tolga Akmen/AFP via Getty Images

Jes Staley is stepping down as chief executive of Barclays following a regulatory investigation into the way he described his relationship with disgra(...)

Photograph: iStock

Barclays reported on Thursday a doubling of third-quarter profits, beating market expectations, as it followed Wall Street rivals in reaping bumper in(...)

Revolut started off as a money-transfer service and has ambitions to become a “super app” for banking and trading products. Photograph: iStock

Revolut’s hard-charging boss Nikolay Storonsky has his eyes on the booming “buy now, pay later” (BNPL) industry as he plans to compete with Swedish st(...)

JPMorgan has said all employees in the US would be in the office on rotation by early July

JPMorgan Chase has told UK-based staff that more of them will return to office working starting in June as the country begins to wind down Covid-relat(...)

Sherborne Investors, the fund run by Mr Bramson, said on Friday that it had sold its entire 6 per cent stake in Barclays at an average price of 186p.

Activist investor Edward Bramson has admitted defeat in his three year campaign to unseat Barclays’ chief executive Jes Staley and force the lender to(...)

UK Finance will keep its office in the city of London. Photograph:  Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire

Lobby group UK Finance has told employees that they will be allowed to have a flexible working model on a permanent basis. Roughly 200 staff will b(...)

Barclays booked pre-tax profit for the first half of the year of £1.3bn, down from £3bn a year ago. Photograph: Jason Alden/Bloomberg

Barclays set aside a higher than expected £1.6 billion to cover a possible rise in loan losses in the second quarter of the year as the economic impac(...)

‘To not anticipate workplaces that are proofed against future pandemics is to go right back to the blind spot from which we all started.’

Will Covid-19 bring about the end of the office? It’s a question some businesses are considering as they look at ways to return to something like norm(...)

An ATM in Valencia, Spain, displays a #StayAtHome message. Much now depends on banks’ ability to withstand coronavirus and its aftershocks. Photograph: EPA

On the day that Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy in September 2008, the front page of the Financial Times carried a photograph of John Thain, the (...)

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