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Share Price: 436.40
Bid: 475.05
Ask: 395.55
Change: 9.90 (2.32%)
Spread: -79.50 (-16.74%)
Open: 427.65
High: 445.00
Low: 424.30
Yest. Close: 426.50
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UPDATE 1-Contactless card payments treble in Britain in 2014

* $3.6 billion spent with contactless cards in 2014 * Proportion of purchases made with cards increases (Adds data from Barclays) By Matt Scuffham LONDON, Feb 6 (Reuters) - Spending using contactless payment cards more than trebled to 2.32 billion pounds ($3.6 billion) in Brit

6 Feb 15 10:22

Contactless card payments treble in Britain during 2014

LONDON, Feb 6 (Reuters) - Spending using contactless payment cards more than trebled to 2.32 billion pounds ($3.6 billion) in Britain during 2014, the UK Cards Association said on Friday. The trade body said debit and credit cards now accounted for 75.8 percent of retail sales in Britain, c

6 Feb 15 09:43

REFILE-UPDATE 1-UK traders should pass exam, bank lobby group says

(Clarifies who BBA wants to increase accountability for, para 8) * FICC traders would be required to hold qualification * BBA also backs extension of accountability regime * BBA says review a 'once-in-a-lifetime' opportunity By Steve Slater and Matt Scuffham LONDON,

5 Feb 15 10:36

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5 Feb 15 10:08

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5 Feb 15 09:39

UPDATE 1-UK traders should pass exam, bank lobby group says

* FICC traders would be required to hold qualification * BBA also backs extension of accountability regime * BBA says review a 'once-in-a-lifetime' opportunity (Adds comment from BBA chairman, background) By Steve Slater and Matt Scuffham LONDON, Feb 4 (Reuters) - Thousa

4 Feb 15 12:53

UK MIDDAY BRIEFING: Glaxo Profit Down, But Pledges Big Payout

4 Feb 15 12:40

TOP NEWS: China Cuts Banks' Reserve Requirement Ratio

4 Feb 15 11:26

UK traders should have to pass exam to trade, bank group says

LONDON, Feb 4 (Reuters) - Thousands of bond, currency and commodities traders in London should have to pass an exam and obtain a new qualification to trade as part of attempts to raise standards, Britain's bank lobby group said. The British Bankers' Association (BBA) said a "licence to trad

4 Feb 15 10:29

UK MORNING BRIEFING: Sky And Hargreaves Lansdown Bookend FTSE 100

4 Feb 15 08:20

S&P Lowers Long-Term Credit Ratings Of London-listed Banks

3 Feb 15 18:50

Barclays, HSBC, RBS have ratings cut by S&P

Standard & Poor's has downgraded a number of UK and European banks on Tuesday. Barclays and Lloyds were lowered by two notches to 'BBB', while Royal Bank of Scotland was downgraded two notches to 'BBB-' and S&P cut HSBC by a notch to 'A'. Standard Chartered was downgraded one level to 'A-', while t

3 Feb 15 17:41

Big banks face $500bn "bail in" bonds bill - S&P

By Huw Jones LONDON, Feb 3 (Reuters) - The world's 30 biggest banks will have to issue more than $500 billion in bonds to comply with proposed global rules aimed at shielding taxpayers from the risk of future banking failures, credit rating agency Standard & Poor's (S&P) said on Tuesday.</p

3 Feb 15 16:24

U.S. banks say global 'too-big-to-fail' plan is too strict

By Douwe Miedema WASHINGTON, Feb 2 (Reuters) - A plan by regulators for the world's biggest banks to hold more capital to withstand financial shocks is overly demanding, major U.S. bank groups said on Monday, urging further study into how to avoid future taxpayer bailouts. The proposa

2 Feb 15 19:30

Handelsbanken revives the role of the British bank manager

* Handelsbanken makes lending decisions inside branches * Local approach contrasts with British rivals * Banks have opened branches while rivals shut them down * Rivals say lending policy can be inconsistent * Bank shuns annual bonuses in favour of profit sharing By

2 Feb 15 16:05

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