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Last Week's Financial Review in 5 Minutes

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Date: Mon 29/Jul/2013, 09:30

The Archbishop of Canterbury was embarrassed to learn that the Church of England’s pension fund had invested £75,000 in Accel Partners, a US private equity firm that has bankrolled Wonga, the payday lender Justin Welby wants to see put out of business.

Sir Andrew Witty described signs of fraud by Glaxo Smith Kline staff in China as “shameful” as he admitted the corruption scandal would affect the pharmaceutical giant’s bottom line and dispatched its European chief to run the Chinese subsidiary. Employers of Astra Zeneca have also been arrested.

The Serious Fraud Office is to bring new charges over the Libor-rigging scandal. Three City bankers have already been charged.

The competition Commission was accused of letting the “big four” accountants off the book as it failed to impose a maximum term for which an auditor can oversee a company’s accounts.

Bentley will build its first 4x4 in Crewe, creating more than 1,000 Jobs.

The economy grew 0.6% in the three months to June, according to the office for national statistics.

Vince Cable branded the Bank of England as the “capital Taliban” after it told the high street lenders to increase capital safety buffers by more than £27bn collectively by the end of the year.

The Bank has chosen Jane Austen to feature on £10 notes alongside a quote from Pride and Prejudice.

Lord King was introduced into the House of Lords. The former Bank governor will also become a visiting professor at New York University’s Stern School of Business and its School of Law.

Rolls-Royce saw underlying profits rise in the first half by 34% to £840m, although financing costs pushed it into a pre-tax loss of £491m.

Heathrow soared to record revenues and underlying profits, reporting earnings before interest, tax and depreciation up 18% to £610m, while the airport’s revenues rose 9% to £1.15bn.

Apple posted sales of $35.5bn (£23bn), beating market expectations, while net profits of $6.8bn were down 22%.

Hibu, the publisher of Yellow Pages, admitted its shares were worthless and ceased trading on the London Stock Exchange.

Sir David Higgins, 58, is to step down after two years as boss of Network Rail.

Grant Hearn will leave as chief executive of Travelodge after a decade at the helm of the budget hotel chain.

Carsten Schloter, 49, chief executive of Swisscom, the country’s biggest telecoms group, was found dead in a suspected suicide having complained in an interview that modern communications made it difficult to relax.

 



     
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