Royal Dutch Shell has proved its critics wrong, its finance chief declared yesterday, as the oil group reported progress in shoring up its finances and protecting its prized dividend.
The finance minister of the German state of Hesse has attacked the merger of the London Stock Exchange and Deutsche Börse, insisting that the headquarters of the combined business must be in Frankfurt.
The FA has taken steps to avoid a repeat of its embarrassment at Sam Allardyce’s brief reign as England manager by overhauling its recruitment processes.
BORROWERS could pay as little as 3.8% in interest for a personal loan in the coming weeks, as rates continue to improve. Last week Sainsbury’s bank announced a new deal of 3.9% APR over three years for those borrowing between £7,500 and £15,000. This followed HSBC’s launch the previous week of a 3.9% deal for […]
Increasing competition is driving growth in the personal loan market, but borrowers are being warned that they may not qualify for the low interest rates that are being advertised.
Credit unions have called on the Central Bank to loosen lending limits for the sector as they announced plans to significantly ramp up mortgage lending.
Santander plans to float its American car loans division on the US stock market, which could value the business at more than $8 billion (£5.3 billion).
The buyout giant KKR has taken a controlling stake in Oodle Finance, an Oxford-based car loan company.
Anyone who has waited in vain on a freezing platform for a Southern rail service this winter will have felt in the mood for a revolution — and one commuter lobby group thinks it has found a way to start one.
Tens of thousands of Southern rail commuters could be in line for compensation from their credit card companies after a passenger claimed he had won £2,400 back from American Express for his season ticket.