Finance Minister takes stock of economic situation as rupee slips below 62 mark
Lucas, who had initially planned to retire in February, cited his health as a key factor behind his decision. I want to do the right thing by Barclays, my family, and myself, and therefore I have reached the difficult decision to step down sooner, Lucas said in the statement. I feel confident that I leave Barclays financially robust and well placed to continue to serve its customers, clients, shareholders and other stakeholders. Lucas was among four past and present employees to be probed by regulators over whether Barclays adequately disclosed fees paid to the Qatar Investment Authority as part of a 7 billion-pound fundraising during the financial crisis, a move that helped the lender avoid taking government money. Barclays said last month that its contesting the probes findings. Barclayss first-half profit was reduced by 640 million pounds of restructuring costs linked to Jenkinss overhaul of the lender to make it more profitable.
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The agenda for the next three months was discussed, another source said. The meeting comes in the backdrop of rupee touching an all time low of 62.82 to a dollar and the stock markets too witnessing a decline. “It was a performance assessment and way forward,” a source said. The Minister would be meeting the Department of Economic Affairs on Tuesday.
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