Capital outflows from the UK surge as the Scottish referendum approaches. But is that really the cause?
The Scottish 'no' vote has stoked up the disgruntled English still further and will inevitably play into the hands of nationalists here, says Matthew Gwyther.
The man responsible for the government's current account switching service says it's done a good job, one year on. But the head of the FCA doesn't seem impressed.
While this is an insightful look at the financial scandals of the past few years, it underestimates the rise of unorthodox alternatives to the high street lenders, says Giles Andrews.
A senior EU official is urging Brussels to clamp down on banks using cash allowances to dodge the incoming EU bonus cap. But the UK government is off to court today with other ideas.
The markets react after a shock poll puts the 'yes' campaign in the lead.
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