LONDON, July 6 (Reuters) - European shares were set for steep falls on Monday, the euro stumbled and yields on weaker euro zone economies' bonds rose after Greece's overwhelming vote against conditions of a rescue package endangered its future in ...
News that Greek voters have rejected more austerity demands in their referendum fuels uncertainty on Asian stock markets. 05:28, UK, Monday 06 July 2015.
Never mind “Grexit” - the finance chiefs of some of Britain's biggest companies are planning to expand and take more risk despite the turmoil in Europe.
Britain's banks have written to George Osborne urging him to cap Britain's bank levy just days before the Chancellor unveils his emergency summer Budget.
Shares in Rolls-Royce dropped more than 9 per cent after the British engineering group warned on profits and said it would suspend its �1bn share buyback programme having returned only �500m of the promised funds to investors.