Steel workers rally in London over the fate of Tata's UK operations. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA. Press Association. Thursday 26 May 2016 02.25 EDT.
Brent crude rose above $50 a barrel for the first time in more than six months this morning after data showed a fall in US crude inventories, adding to expectations of a tightening global market.
Thursday 05:05 BST. Brent crude rose through $50 a barrel, but that was insufficient to spur convincing gains for most Asian equity markets as they struggled to match a positive lead from Wall Street.
Two suppliers to stricken retailer BHS have fallen into administration, resulting in the loss of 350 jobs. Administrators to Derbyshire-based CUK Clothing and Courtaulds, which are behind the Pretty Polly tights brand, blamed their collapse on the ...
Easy, Tiger. Steve Rowe, new boss of Marks and Spencer, wants to “cherish” the core customer he refers to as “Mrs M&S”.