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Past articles by Jasper:

Morgan Stanley profits jump as investment banking surges and trading holds up

Morgan Stanley today reported profits well above expectations on Wall Street as its equity underwriting revenues surged and it avoided the trading weakness → Read More

British GDP growth grinds to halt in August

The British economy did not grow appreciably in August, according to early estimates, after a performance earlier in the summer which was stronger than → Read More

UK services sector growth slowed in September

Business activity slowed slightly in September, according to a closely followed measure of services sector activity. → Read More

British banks 'resilient' even in no-deal Brexit, says Moody's

Britain’s banks have grown more “resilient” to shocks despite an increased likelihood of a no-deal Brexit, an influential credit ratings agency → Read More

British manufacturing output growth weakens as exports hit slowest in almost a year

Growth in the British manufacturing sector slowed as exports cooled, according to data published today. → Read More

Major report recommends end to migration cap for highly skilled workers

The government should make it easier for highly skilled workers to come to the UK, according to a major report from an independent committee tasked with → Read More

Unilever facing growing shareholder revolt over plans to abandon London PLC

Consumer goods giant Unilever is facing shareholder revolt over plans to move its headquarters from London to the Netherlands, with more City investors → Read More

UK unemployment falls to new four-decade low

The British unemployment rate fell to its lowest in more than 40 years in the second quarter, continuing the extraordinary run for the UK labour market. → Read More

Nomura writes to clients about Frankfurt move in 'no deal' Brexit preparation

Nomura has reportedly written to clients informing them how the bank will move their business relationship from London to Frankfurt as it prepares for → Read More

China growth spurs operating profits rise at Holiday Inn owner Intercontinental Hotels Group

Holiday Inn owner Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG) today reported a jump in operating profits in the first half as revenues jumped in China. → Read More

Barclays rapped for repeat failure to remind customers of PPI rights

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has censured Barclays after it repeatedly failed to remind customers of their right to cancel payment protection → Read More

UK Plc profits jump as banks and oil and gas prosper

Profits at listed British companies surged in the last 12 months as the UK’s biggest firms boosted revenues, according to data published today. → Read More

Liam Fox: 'No deal' Brexit most likely outcome

The most likely outcome of the Brexit process is leaving without a deal, according to international trade secretary Liam Fox, amid growing concerns of → Read More

RSA profits held back as Canadian windstorms drag on underwriting

Underwriting profits at insurance giant RSA slumped in the first half of 2018 as a windstorm in Canada in May drove weather costs to £155m, the firm → Read More

Energy provider Eon says it will cut 500 jobs across British operations

Energy firm Eon has announced it will cut around 500 jobs from its UK operations. → Read More

City watchdogs at the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) say they will take no action against Royal Bank of Scotland GRG

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) today said it will take no action against Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) following the scandal over its treatment → Read More

Cardiff, Edinburgh and York more vulnerable than London to bad Brexit deal for financial services

Some of the UK’s biggest cities outside London could see a heavier toll of economic damage than the capital if Brexit harms financial services, according → Read More

Business leaders pay tribute to the late Sergio Marchionne

Business leaders from the car industry and beyond have paid tribute to Sergio Marchionne, the former boss of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) who died → Read More

Quantitative easing unwind may slow UK inflation says Bank of England deputy governor Ben Broadbent

The unwinding of the Bank of England’s massive quantitative easing (QE) stimulus programme may slow inflation in the UK, potentially delaying interest → Read More

British households confident on future finances for first time since before Brexit vote

British households are positive about the prospects for their finances for the first time since before the EU referendum two years ago, data published → Read More