A warning that every household would be �4,300 worse off as a result of leaving the European Union is based on a false assumption about the value of the single market to British trade, according to a think-tank.
BEIJING Domestic authorities in European Union member states should stress-test their financial institutions for cyber risks, a top E.U.
Kcom's white phone boxes were designed to commemorate the silver jubilee of King George V. But the company is now investing in modern fibre optic networks.
FRANKFURT Next week will provide investors with clues as to how far the U.S. Federal Reserve is from its next interest rate hike and whether the European Central Bank will see out the year without easing its monetary policy again.
BEIJING Growth in China's vast manufacturing sector likely stalled in May after slight expansions in the previous two months, a Reuters poll showed, throwing more cold water on hopes that the world's second-largest economy is reviving.