It is worth asking how big a problem is fraud and why UK political parties should focus on it in their manifestos.
Lenders will have to advertise on at least one price comparison website.
Mark Carney and Barclays boss Jes Staley have both been targeted by the same prankster this month.
Prankster had an email exchange with Bank of England governor before posting it on Twitter.
European Commission has proposed euro-denominated transactions should be cleared only in the Eurozone.
A credit card is one of the most expensive ways to borrow, yet its global usage is getting depressingly high.
The regulations and costs imposed by governments make it harder and harder to run a small business, not that this election will change anything.
Up to 420 regional airports could benefit from upgrades and new jobs as a result of the move by European Union.
"We are asking the better-off and the big corporations to pay a little bit more," Jeremy Corbyn said.
Which? says 8% of people admit making a bank transfer that has turned out to be a fraud.
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell said the levy would introduce 'fairness' back into the system.
The US president claims to be pro oil - yet his criticism of free-trade agreements dents confidence in a cross-border industry.
New research suggests German and Norwegian insurers at highest risk from the low global interest rate climate.
Online takeaway group reached deal to acquire Hungry House for £200m last year.
Theresa May vows to end 'rip-off' prices but providers and trade bodies warn price cap could exacerbate problems.