Hot Off The Wires - 17 January 2020
The Bank of England and Financial Conduct Authority have launched a fresh push to encourage major banks and insurers to sever their links with Libor.
Banks are cracking down on lending at the fastest rate since the global crash as fears rise of an economic slowdown.
The world economy risks suffering a sharp slowdown in 2020, which could exacerbate climate crisis, inequality and food insecurity, the United Nations has warned.
A string of senior executives at Nissan overpaid themselves in the corruption scandal which brought down former boss Carlos Ghosn, investigators have claimed.
How long was the longest apple peel, recorded in the Guinness Book of Records?