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Last Week's Financial Review in 5 Minutes

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Date: Mon 08/Jul/2013, 10:45

In his first week as bank of England governor, Mark Carney sent shares soaring after issuing explicit guidance to steer down expectations of interest rate rises – coincidentally matching advice by Mario Draghi, his opposite number at the European Central Bank.

George Osborne declared that he represented the taxpayer after charges by Ed Balls, his shadow, that the chancellor bungled the removal of Stephen Hester as chief executive of Royal Bank of Scotland, which has resulted in the tax payer-owned lender losing £4bn of its market value.

Lord Mandelson, the former Labour Business secretary warned that the HS2 rail line between London, Birmingham and Manchester, whose estimated cost has risen almost £10bn to £42.6bn, could turn out to be an “expensive mistake”.

A £1.2bn plan to provide superfast broadband to 4.5m country dwellers will be delivered two years late, according to the National Audit Office.

The Co-operative Group is seeking and independent expert to investigate its disastrous purchase of Britannia building society and the flawed attempt to buy 631 Lloyds branches.

Jim French is to step aside as chief executive of Flybe, the struggling regional airline, after 12 years, in favour of Saad Hammond, a former chief commercial officer at easyJet.

Nicole Farhi, the fashion house funded in 1982, collapsed into administration putting 121 jobs in peril.

Guy Hans, boss of Terra Firma, the private equity firm, pulled the listing of Deutsche Annington after failing to attract enough demand for the shares of Germany’s largest residential landlord.

Michael and Xochi Birch, founders of Bebo, bought back the social network for $1m (£670,000) – six years after selling it to AOL the American internet giant, for $850m reaping a $595m return for the former Imperial College of London students.

Wiggle, the private equity owned online cycling store, saw sales rise 21% to £140.8m profiting from the Bradley Wiggins effect.

Ocado should turn a full-year pre-tax profit for the first time since it was founded in 2000, said Tim Steiner, chief executive of the online grocer, which signed a 25-year deal with Morrisons in May.

Lord Rothermere increased his controlling voting stake in the Daily Mail and General Trust media group from 60% to 90% by buying the shares held by his Uncle Esmond Harmsworth’s trust.

Diana Carney, the new Bank governor’s wife, was forced to deny she was against tea bags after comments she made about the environmental damage caused by individually wrapped bags were publicised.

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