UK supermarket Morrisons has eked out its second consecutive period of like-for-like sales growth, after some 15 previous quarters of decline, thanks in part to progress in “food to go”.
Daily newspaper the New Day is set to close on Friday, just nine weeks after it was launched. Publisher Trinity Mirror said it was "disappointing" but circulation for the title was "below our expectations".
The crude inventory build was "much greater than expected", said Phil Streible, senior market strategist at RJO Futures in Chicago.
THE Government is “talking intensively” with Tata Steel during the sale of its UK assets - including its plants in Llanwern and Port Talbot - David Cameron has said.
Royal Dutch Shell's first-quarter profit beat analysts' estimates as better-than-expected earnings from oil refining and chemicals production countered crude prices at a 12-year low.