Ex-Deutsche Bank Trader Said to Face Record Fine

June 6 (Bloomberg) -- Britain’s markets regulator is seeking to fine former Deutsche Bank AG trader Christian Bittar about 10 million pounds ($17 million) for trying to rig benchmark interest rates, its largest ever penalty against an individual, said a person with knowledge of the situation. Scarlet Fu reports on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.” (Source: Bloomberg)

Sky Sales Rise With 808,000 New Customers
42:12 - Sky Plc sales rose more than analysts expected in the latest financial year as the pay-television provider fought off rising competition from BT Group Plc and others. The company, which counts Rupert Murdoch’s Twenty-First Century Fox Inc. as its largest shareholder, said revenue increased 7 percent to 12 billion pounds ($15.8 billion) in the 12 months through June 30. Analysts expected sales of 11.8 billion pounds, according to the average of estimates compiled by Bloomberg. CFO Andrew Griffith discusses business with Bloomberg's Anna Edwards and Manus Cranny on "Countdown."
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