RBS reports a £134 million third quarter operating loss and warns costs relating to past misconduct could be substantially higher than expected. Meantime France's BNP Paribas posts a 14.5 per cent rise in net income. It comes a day after Deutsche Bank said it would be slashing 15,000 jobs. Analysts say despite the upheaval, the medium term outlook for investment banks is positive. Hayley Platt reports.
Mustard prices have jumped this fall to their highest level in seven years as growers in Western Canada, which supplies three-quarters of the world's traded mustard seed, turn in their smallest crop in nine years, threatening to drive up costs of the yellow condiment for producers.
US Airways flight 1939 lands in Philadelphia, marking the last flight for the airline which merged with American Airlines. Katharine Jackson reports.
Frustrated Southwest Airlines customers have been forced to wait in long lines for a second day as the airline tries to solve a technical problem with its electronic booking system. In the meantime, passengers are being told to prepare for delays. Katharine Jackson reports.