US central bank's upbeat statement is a 'baby step' to second hike, says JP Morgan economist
Beatrix Potter is the bookies' favourite to be the new face of the £20 note, but Alexander McQueen and JMW Turner are also in contention
Bank of England governor's attack seen as call for Berlin to accept Greek demands to relax austerity
Cameron promises he 'won't be here forever' but warns that leaving the UK will be a 'painful divorce'
Bank of England governor Mark Carney announces caps on high-risk mortgage lending
Chancellor gives Bank of England new powers to restrict mortgages as Mark Carney warns on rates
Latest figures play into Ed Miliband's hands – though he appears out-of-touch with his own family finances
The Bank of England’s embroilment in the gathering forex-rigging scandal poses big risks to its reputation
Not everyone is convinced by BoE governor's efforts to clarify his intentions on interest rates
With his warning to the Scots and his comments on Labour's bank reforms, has the Governor gone too far?
BoE governor insists fast-recovering job market won't force the central bank's hand on rates
Better than expected unemployment figures will put pressure on Bank Governor to raise interest rates
Sharpest fall in unemployment in 17 years is 'good for economy', but wages aren't keeping pace
The value of taxpayer-owned banks drops by £1bn – and Osborne outflanks him with £7 minimum wage support
From the fate of the FTSE to China's prospects, what can investors expect over the next 12 months?