No relief for RBS investors
RBS, Britain’s remaining semi-nationalised bank, has just paid a special dividend – but shareholders are anything but happy. Matthew Partridge reports…
Banks pass stress test
Britain’s seven biggest lenders have passed the second round of annual stress tests – but how resilient are the tests?
Should you buy RBS shares?
The government is quietly selling its stake in RBS, the bank it bailed out at a cost of £45bn. Here, Matthew Partridge looks at whether the shares are…
RBS starts its return to the private sector
The government began to return Royal Bank of Scotland to the private sector this week, seven years after saving it from collapse.
Gordon Brown to take over at RBS – and five more predictions for 2015
Will deflation spread to Britain, and could Gordon Brown turn around RBS? Matthew Lynn sets out his six predictions for the year ahead.
Legal troubles haunt banks
HSBC has put money aside for legal expenses, while US prosecutors have reopened investigations into Standard Chartered.