New rules to squeeze payday lenders
A quarter of payday lenders could be forced out of the market as the Financial Conduct Authority investigates the way they treat borrowers struggling to repay their loans.
Ex-Goldman trader to pay $825,000
A judge tells ex-Goldman Sachs trader Fabrice Tourre to pay more than $825,000 after a jury found him liable for defrauding investors.
Candy Crush firm aims to raise $533m
King, the games developer behind Candy Crush Saga, is looking to raise as much as $533m (£321m) via a share sale on the New York Stock Exchange.
Wall Street average bonus rises 15%
Wall Street bonuses rose 15% last year, to the highest level since the global financial crisis, according to the New York state finance chief.
Lord Grabiner leads Bank forex probe
The Bank of England's oversight committee appoints Lord Grabiner to investigate any role by bank officials in foreign exchange rate manipulation.
Soros: EU may not survive crisis
The European Union may not survive, according to billionaire George Soros, because Germany is failing to take on the role of leader.
'Skills vacuum' warning from CBI
The Confederation of British Industry wants action to make science, technology, engineering and maths careers 'more attractive'.
London Market Report
Poundland and Pets At Home join the London stock market, but have contrasting fortunes in early trading.
Cathay Pacific profits rise 204%
Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific airways posts a 204% increase in profits in 2013 to $335m, as demand for flights to southern China increases.
Bank of Thailand cuts rates to 2%
The Bank of Thailand cuts its benchmark interest rate by 0.25 percentage points to 2% - the lowest level in three years - amid continuing political turmoil.