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Bank of New York Mellon to pay $714m in fraud probe

Bank of New York Mellon to pay $714m in fraud probe

Bank of New York Mellon has agreed to pay $714m (£484m) to settle allegations it fraudulently overcharged ...

TSB agrees £1.7bn takeover by Spain’s Sabadell

TSB agrees £1.7bn takeover by Spain’s Sabadell

TSB – the bank formerly owned by Lloyds – has agreed to a £1.7bn takeover by Spanish ...

Ryanair abandons plans to operate transatlantic flights

Ryanair abandons plans to operate transatlantic flights

Budget airline Ryanair has abandoned plans to operate transatlantic flights, just days after it said its board ...

Valls opts for growth over deficit reduction

Valls opts for growth over deficit reduction

The French premier has told the European Commission that Paris intends to honour its budget commitments, but ...

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Bank of New York Mellon has agreed to pay $714m (£484m) to settle allegations it fraudulently overcharged clients for its foreign exchange services. US ... Full article
TSB – the bank formerly owned by Lloyds – has agreed to a £1.7bn takeover by Spanish bank Sabadell. The takeover of the UK ...
Budget airline Ryanair has abandoned plans to operate transatlantic flights, just days after it said its board had approved the measure. In a statement, ...
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