Thursday 09.00 BST. European stocks joined the heavy sell-off seen across Asia on Thursday which started overnight in the US and was triggered by the Federal Reserve's confirmation that it expects to start easing its asset purchases later this year.
LONDON | Thu Jun 20, 2013 8:01am BST. LONDON (Reuters) - Dixons (DXNS.L), Europe's No. 2 electricals retailer, beat guidance with a 15 percent rise in underlying year profit, with sales growth in Britain and northern Europe offsetting falls in the ...
LONDON, June 19, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- BT announces today that Gavin Patterson will succeed Ian Livingston as chief executive of BT Group plc.
In his Mansion House speech to the City's great and good, the Chancellor said the Government would urgently investigate the case for splitting up RBS and creating a so�called "bad bank" of risky assets.
U.S. Treasury yields are sharply higher and the dollar is strong but global stocks and emerging-market assets are weak after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke set the stage Wednesday for a gradual tapering of the Fed's measures to stimulate the U.S.