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Last Week's Financial Review in 5 Minutes

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Date: Mon 11/Mar/2013, 11:13

As the coalition began to show signs of division on whether to change economic tack to secure growth, the Office for Budget Responsibility accused David Cameron of distorting its views on austerity.

Sir Mervyn King, governor of the Bank of England, challenged George Osborne to break up Royal Bank of Scotland and said “presentational” concerns were stopping the chancellor from admitting the size of the black hole still facing RBS. Osborne failed to block EU plans to curb banker’ bonuses.

HSBC, Europe’s biggest bank reported pre-tax profits of $20.6bn (£13.7bn), down 6% on 2011. Some 204 staff made more than £1m.

Standard Chartered, the emerging markets bank reported a 1% rise in pre-tax profits to $6.9bn; 47 of its staff were paid more than £1m.

Barclays paid 373 of its bankers between £1m and £2.5m. RBS, more than 80% owned by the taxpayer, paid 95 staff more than £1m.

The value of new loans to small businesses fell to £1.47bn in the last quarter of 2012 against £1.62bn a year earlier. Of the big four banks taking part in the Funding for Lending scheme, only Barclays lifted net lending in the last quarter.

It emerged that Sir Hector Sants rejected calls for an investigation into abuses of Libor in January 2009 when he was a chief executive of the Financial Services Authority.

The biggest 50 payday lenders have been given 12 weeks to stamp out controversial business practices or face being shut.

Willie Walsh, chief executive of the airline group that owns Iberia and British Airways, received no bonus after the Spanish carrier lost €351 (£305m).

Sir Andrew Witty, chief executive of Glaxo Smith Kline, received only £3.9m, down from £6.8m, after sales fell in Europe.

John Lewis Staff received 17% of their salary in the annual bonuses.

Thomas cook is to shed another 2,500 jobs as part of the three-year turnaround plan at the travel agent.

Rolls-Royce, the aero-engine maker, paid no tax on its record global profits of £1.4bn, according to its annual report.

Jaguar Land Rover is to take on another 700 workers as it doubles the capacity of the new engine plant in Wolverhampton.

Britain’s biggest coal mine, Daw Mill in Warwickshire, was closed down after a blaze at the colliery made it unfit to mine.

Sir Paul Ruddock, 54, founder of Lansdowne Partners, the hedge fund, is to retire to spend more time on the arts.



     
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