The eurozone crisis can mostly be blamed on one country, says George Soros. But which is it? It's our quotes of the week...
"Mr. Perkins poses an extreme risk to the market when drunk."
The FSA on Simon Perkins, who has been fined £72,000 for trading £520m worth of oil futures in a drunken stupor, causing his former company PVM Oil Futures a $10m loss.
"I can't even get you that."
Gary Cohn, president of Goldman Sachs, responds to a question from the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission (FCIC) asking for a "ballpark" estimate of the money made by the bank from its derivatives trading.
"I don't sit around just talking to experts because this is a college seminar. We talk to these folks because they potentially have the best answer, so I know whose ass to kick."
Barack Obama defends his handling of the Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
"The euro is in crisis and Germany is the main protagonist. I realise that this is a grave accusation, but I am afraid it is justified."
George Soros attacks Germany's insistence on budgetary austerity in the eurozone.
What made financial headlines over the weekend?
Q2 net sales dropped almost 50%
‘Important to have an anchor’
Lack of innovation for solutions