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Last Week's Financial Review in 5 Minutes

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Date: Mon 23/Sep/2013, 09:30

JP Morgan was ordered to pay $920m (£574m) by regulators in Britain and America for the “London Whale” trades that led to losses of $6bn.

Sir Richard Lambert, the former director-general of the CBA, was appointed to lead a watchdog intended to improve the reputation of the banking industry by introducing higher standards of behaviour.

The Federal Reserve unexpectedly announced it would not start to taper its $85bn a month stimulus programme, buoying stock markets around the world.

The government sold a £3.2bn stake in Lloyds returning profit of £61m and leaving 32.7% of the bank still in the taxpayer’s hands.

James Leigh-Pemberton was poached from credit Suisse to become chief executive of UKFI, which oversees the taxpayer’s stakes in Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds.

Inflation eased slightly last month but remained at almost three times the rate of wage growth – with the consumer prices index down to 2.7% from 2.8% in July, according to the Office for National Statistics.

Car Manufacturing rose 16.2% in the year to August, with 985,000 vehicles built said the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.

Virgin Media is to cut up to 600 management posts following its acquisition by Liberty Media.

Michael O’Leary, Ryanair’s chief executive, pledged to change the budget airline’s “abrupt culture” after being challenged by investors. Staff charged a surgeon hefty fee to change a flight after the death of his wife and three children in a house fire.

Larry Summers, former US treasury secretary, withdrew his name from the list of contenders to be chairman of the Federal Reserve.

Stephen Elop, Nokia’s chief executive since 2010, will receive a $25.5m pay off when the $7.3bn sale of the Finnish company’s handset business to Microsoft goes through – and will move to the US giant which he left to join Nokia.

Apple unveiled the iOS 7 operating system from mobile devices, its most significant overhaul since the iPhone was launched 6 years ago.

Trading in Blackberry shares was suspended after the smartphone maker warned it faced losses of almost $1bn and will lay off up to 40% of its workforce.

The British-designed computer game Grand Theft Auto V achieved first-day sales of more than £800m.

Hiroshi Yamauchi, the president of Nintendo who took the Japanese company from making playing cards to computer games, died aged 85.

Google revealed that it keeps the lunch queues at its London headquarters long so that staff can chat in the hope that it will increase their creativity.

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