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State Street’s office on Sir John Rogerson’s Quay: the UK regulator fined the firm £22.9 million in relation to the overcharging of six clients, including the National Treasury Management Agency.

The National Pension Reserve Fund (NPRF) has terminated the mandate held by State Street Global Advisors (SSGA) to manage €650 million worth of equiti(...)

Shopping trolleys at a Sainsbury’s supermarket at Pulborough, southern England, this month. J Sainsbury reported its “best Christmas ever” this year

Markets fought back in the wake of steep falls on Wall Street overnight as positive updates on UK inflation and better-than-expected euro zone industr(...)

Running outdoors is only really treacherous when the wind is bad. Photograph: Getty Images

Q It’s so cold and windy and treacherous out there, how on earth do you pluck up the courage to get outside and run in these conditions? All I want to(...)

 British grocer J Sainsbury reported its “best Christmas ever” today but warned that consumers were likely to tighten their belts in the early part of 2014 and cut its sales growth forecast accordingly. Photograph: Luke MacGregor/Reuters

British grocer J Sainsbury reported its “best Christmas ever” today but warned that consumers were likely to tighten their belts in the early part of (...)

Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange wait for the Federal Reserve’s decision in relation to its economic stimulus programme.  Photograph: David Karp

Markets on this side of the Atlantic were again held back by concerns over what the US Federal Reserve would choose to do in relation to its economic (...)

Debenhams said it was seeking the “contribution” because of the mutual benefits its suppliers will reap from the store group’s growth. Photograph: Getty

With a week to go before December 25th, there’s all still to play for in the stressed-out retail sector, as shoppers and storekeepers engage in their (...)

Tesco  reported a  drop in group pre-tax profits to £1.39 billion in the six months to August 24th. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

Tesco’s half-year profits tumbled by almost a quarter today after underlying sales declines in the UK and every one of its overseas markets. Once the (...)

UK supermarkets were buoyed, with Sainsbury’s rising 7.5p to 382.8p, Morrisons 2.5p ahead at 283p and Waitrose’s sales surging 16.8 per cent. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

European stocks posted their biggest weekly gain in two months amid optimism that central banks from the US to Japan will continue their stimulus meas(...)

There is virtually no point in the day when we are free from the tyranny of the telephone. Photograph: Frank Miller

An intriguing incident in north London has kicked up some worthwhile questions about modern manners and the etiquette of mobile phone use. It seems th(...)

Tesco’s former chairman criticises the legacy of the retailer’s previous chief executive. Photograph: Reuters

Tesco’s former chairman, Ian MacLaurin, attacked the legacy of the retailer’s previous chief executive Terry Leahy and told shareholders it could take(...)

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