A customer hands over 100-rouble banknotes to the saleswoman of a local grocery in the village Verkhnyaya Biryusa outside the Russian Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, January 23, 2015.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil gave up early gains with Brent futures slipping below $48 on Tuesday as a stronger dollar weighed, offsetting comments from producer group OPEC that prices may have found a floor.
Consumer groups reacted angrily yesterday as energy firm SSE announced it was cutting gas bills by 4.1 per cent cut - but not for another 95 days.
EasyJet says revenue-per-seat will be stronger than expected in the first six months as it benefits from lower fuel costs. Photo: Zuma Press.
London estate agency Foxtons blamed a downturn in the luxury housing market for a disappointing fourth quarter, where sales commission sank by more than a quarter.