Britain's second-largest homebuilder
Persimmon Plc needs to improve the quality of its homes
and review executive bonuses, according to an independent review
of its business practices commissioned by the company in April.
U.S. President Donald Trump
supports massive government spending plans hammered out by
Congress this week and plans to sign the $1.4 trillion budget
bill into law, White House adviser Kellyanne Conway said on
Exchange operator IEX Group on
Tuesday said it plans to introduce a new way to place stock
orders that will reduce the chance of trading when the price is
likely to move away, leveling the playing field between fast and
U.S. companies would no longer
be able to hide behind state laws that allow them to register
without disclosing the owner's name under a broad plan to combat
global financial corruption unveiled by Democratic presidential
candidate Elizabeth Warren on Tuesday.
The Monetary Committee (Copom)
of Brazil's Central Bank sees the potential for inflation to
rise as the state reduces its role as lender in favor of private
capital and credit markets, according to the minutes of its
latest meeting published Tuesday.
Britain's Financial Conduct
Authority (FCA) is investigating whether sharing data with
outside competitors could be extended beyond banks to savings,
insurance, mortgages, investments, pensions and consumer credit
to increase innovation and choice.