Britain's economy powered on in the second quarter, recording its strongest growth since before the financial crisis, but economists warned the pressure was on UK consumers and businesses to sustain the recovery amid the threat of a triple-dip recession in the eurozone.
Want to understand what's happening in the eurozone? Then think back a couple of years to the early years of the UK's coalition government.
The finger-pointing over who was responsible for the collapse of Lehman Brothers continues nearly six years after the firm filed for bankruptcy at the height of the financial crisis.
Just streets away from Madrid's only three-Michelin-starred restaurant, peeling buildings in the city's Tetuán neighbourhood have been plastered with posters featuring the faces of five women.
Eurozone inflation fell to its lowest level in almost five years in July, bringing the threat of a dangerous deflationary spiral closer.
The bosses of leading City firms are to be made more accountable for their actions under proposals that could make them wait up to seven years for their bonuses and potentially be jailed if their banks fail.
The property developer Vincent Tchenguiz will receive at least £6m and an apology from the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) following the collapse of an investigation against him two years ago.
JPMorgan will let Jamie Dimon collect about $37m in stock options created during the financial crisis, as the board stands by its leader after risk-management lapses and billions of dollars in legal settlements.
The main City regulators have warned former managers of HBOS that they faced possible fines and being banned from the Square Mile after they broadened their investigation into one of Britain's most infamous bank failures.
The City watchdog warned on Friday that banks and building societies could mislead regulators about the risks they pose to the financial system without tougher rules forcing them to keep more reserves.