LONDON (Reuters) - A fall in the share prices of commodity companies, and in telecoms group BT (BT.L) halted a rebound in Britain's top equity index on Thursday.
The US economy is shaking off years of mediocre domestic growth and the more recent weakness in other major global economies, after expanding at an annualised rate of 3.5 per cent in the third quarter of 2014.
Royal Dutch Shell's decision to stray further from its traditional Anglo-Dutch gene pool by appointing Chad Holliday as chairman may help the oil major engage in a more meaningful way with campaigners who regularly put the company and its peers in the ...
The U.S. dollar is showing its resilience on Thursday, holding on to a three-week high against a basket of currencies after the Federal Reserve caught the market off-guard with a definite hawkish tone in its policy statement yesterday.
Markets uncertain as Federal Reserve ends kong running bond buying programme. Photo: AP/Richard Drew. Nick Fletcher. Thursday 30 October 2014 12.47 EDT.