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Last Week's Financial Review in 5 Minutes

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Date: Mon 20/May/2013, 11:13

Bloomberg, the financial information provider apologised for allowing its journalists to gain access to data held in Bloomberg terminals used by subscribers “The error is inexcusable” said Matthew Winkler, editor-in-chief.

EU officials raided the London offices of BP and Royal Dutch Shell, as well as Statoil of Norway, over allegations of price fixing.

Britain is finally heading into a sustained recovery five-years after the financial crash, said Sir Mervyn King, the Bank of England governor, as the Bank raised its growth forecast for the first time since 2007.

Ocado unveiled a 25-year deal with Wm Morrison to bring the supermarket chain online, but the agreement threatens the digital grocer’s relationship with its original partner, Waitrose.

Amazon’s main UK business, which enjoyed sales of £4.2bn, received £2.5m in government grants last year against £2.4m it paid in corporation tax.

A “sweetheart” deal between the taxman and Goldman Sachs was ruled Lawful.

Nine FTSE 100 companies – including Whitbread, Wm Morrison and Aberdeen Asset Management - failed to disclose thousands of foreign subsidiaries, in breach of Companies House rules.

Only two FTSE 100 companies, Fresnillo and Hargreaves Lansdown, do not use offshore tax havens, according to Action Aid, the charity.

Thomas Cook announced a £1.6bn refinancing that included a £425m rights issue.

HSBC is to slash up to 14,000 jobs and cut £2bn in costs as it tries to increase profitability.

Royal Bank of Scotland, the focus of plans for a “big bang” share offering of the taxpayers’ stake, is to cut the 1,400 jobs in London and Edinburgh.

Severn Trent snubbed an offer from Borealis, a Canadian infrastructure investor and the Kuwait Investment Authority that would value the water and sewerage services supplier at more than £5bn.

Poundland is to cut its prices to 97p to fight its rival 99p Stores.

Sir Win Bischoff, 72, is to step down within 12 months as the £715,000-a-year chairman of Lloyds Banking Group.

Regina Finn is to step down as chief executive of Ofwat, the water regulator, after a Row over plans to introduce radical competition to regional monopolies.

Tony Hayward, who had to step down as chief executive of BP in the wake of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, was installed as interim chairman of Glencore Xstrata, the merged trader and miner.

Johann Rupert, 62, the South African billionaire behind the Richemont luxury goods retailer announced that he intended to take a “grey gap year”.



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