ATHENS - Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras of Greece said on Tuesday that he might resort to calling a public referendum on any deal with the country's international creditors if the package seems to go beyond the political mandate that brought his leftist ...
Standard Chartered Plc reported first-quarter profit that missed analysts' estimates, with all but one division reporting lower earnings in Peter Sands's final results as chief executive officer.
UTILITIES group Centrica delivered a more positive update to the market yesterday, following a profit warning and dividend cut announced along with its 2014 results in February, and said trading continues in line with previous guidance.
Low oil prices became an unlikely ally for BP Plc and Total SA during the first quarter as they boosted the profitability of their large trading operations.
A leading tenants' group has called Labour plans to crack down on rogue landlords 'incredibly weak' - claiming it could take at least a decade to enforce.