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Last Week's Financial Review in 5 Minutes

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Date: Mon 29/Apr/2013, 09:53

Britain avoided a triple-dip recession as growth in the first quarter was 0.3%, buoyed by the services sector.

A plan by the Co-op to buy 632 branches from Lloyds Banking Group collapsed forcing the state-backed lender to float the business under the TSB brand later this year.

MPs on the public accounts committee recommended the Big Four accountancy firms be barred from advising government on tax laws, accusing them of exploiting their position to help clients.

The serious fraud office announced an investigation into corruption at ENRC, the FTSE 100 Kazahk mining group where Mehmet Dalman, the chairman, resigned after less than a year in the post.

A leaked memo revealed the fears of civil servants that the EU’s proposed tax on financial transactions could drive up borrowing costs.

David Cameron asked EU leaders to help international plans to rewrite global tax rules and force multinational companies to pay their dues.

Ministers “rebooted” the Funding for Lending scheme, which aims to reverse the decline in lending to small and medium sized enterprises.

The scheme to compensate the Equitable Life policyholders will fail to reach one in the five because they cannot be found the National Audit Office said.

Primark, the discount clothes chain, reported a 24% rise in sales to £2bn and a 55% increase in profits to £238m.

A garment factory that collapsed in Dhaka, Bangladesh, killing more than 200 workers, had passed health and safety checks by Primark.

The Syrian Electronic Army claimed to have hacked the Twitter account of the Associated Press, tweeting that President Obama had been injured in an attack on the White House, briefly wiping $136bn (£88bn) off company values on Wall Street.

HSBC, Europe’s biggest bank, said it would “demise” 1,149 jobs in the wake of changes to regulatory regime for financial advisers.

EE, Britain’s biggest mobile network, said it had 400,000 customers using 4G services.

SAB Miller speeded up the succession of Alan Clark, its new chief executive, after Graham Mackay, 63, had surgery on a brain tumour.

Investors at Astra Zeneca backed a £4m golden hello for the drug giant’s new chief executive, Pascal Soriot.

Prudential, Britain’s biggest insurer, poached Jackie Hunt to run its UK and Europe arm from Standard Life, where she was a chief financial officer.

Damn Zaha Hadid, architect behind the London Olympics’ Aquatic Centre, was named Veuve Clicquot businesswoman of the year.

From 2016, Sir Winston Churchhill will replace Elizabeth Fry as the face on £5 banknote.



     
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