A glitch which left Royal Bank of Scotland customers unable to pay on one of the busiest shopping days of the year took place after the bank was warned it could be punished for computer failures.
Scotland's first minister insists there is a "very, very powerful argument" for Scotland to retain use of sterling. FactCheck investigates.
The Co-op has a proud history, but after the resignation of its chairman, the Paul Flowers affair and the proposed financial rescue by US hedge funds, Channel 4 News looks at what the future holds.
Exclusive: Bank of England Governor Mark Carney tells Channel 4 News he will not be a "cheerleader" for the City and intends to "root out corruption" in the financial markets.
The Bank of England raises its growth forecast for the economy, but says interest rates will not automatically rise if unemployment falls faster than previously predicted.
Barclays is cooperating with regulators reviewing alleged manipulation of currency rates as it reports profits from its investment banking arm fell by half in the third quarter.
Britain's state-backed banks are braced for a flood of interest in the help to buy scheme. But MPs warn the Bank of England should have more powers to intervene.
Annual stress tests for banks are meant to ensure they remain financially secure, but tougher conditions could make it harder to get a loan, writes Economics Producer Neil MacDonald.
Plush apartments across London are being snapped up by foreign buyers - who choose them off-plan at glitzy events held across Asia. It's forcing up prices back here - in an already inflated market.