Greece extends capital controls to Wednesday as Tsipras clings onto euro hopes

Banks will remain closed and capital controls in place in Greece until Wednesday this week as firebrand prime minister Alexis Tsipras attempts to retain the Euro. With debt to GDP ratios high in many other EU member states, the effect of an unpaid 345 trillion euro debt to the ECB looks likely to become his legacy

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Will HSBC pack its bags and leave the UK?

HSBC is set to review its domicile after tax scrutiny surrounds its Swiss private bank, and further FX manipulation fines arise. Could a Labour win at the polls be the final deciding factor?

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ICAP may leave the UK if Labour wins General Election

Another brain drain similar to that of the 1970s could occur, potentially damaging London’s highly established institutional trading sector, should the Labour Party win the UK General Election. Michael Spencer, CEO of ICAP is one example, as he would consider moving the company to North America

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