Britain's energy watchdog today piled pressure on suppliers to cut bills after predicting they will make a record �106 from every customer in the next year.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The dollar held gains against a basket of major currencies while U.S. Treasuries yields surged on Wednesday after the Federal Reserve raised its assessment of the U.S.
Antony Jenkins's vision of Barclays is starting to take shape. While the picture remains blurred by restructuring costs, the drag of a stronger pound and the overhang of legacy litigation, analysts say the early signs are positive.
After suffering the sharpest contraction since the recession ended, the U.S. economy rebounded this spring, providing fresh evidence that the recovery is finally turning a corner.
The football World Cup gave broadcaster ITV a kick that helped it post double-digit profit growth across all its business areas during the first half of the year.