Mothercare's UK business is still mired in the red despite attempts to improve its finances with a swingeing store closure plan.
LONDON | Thu May 23, 2013 12:41pm BST. LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said it has fined a wealth management unit of U.S.
Thursday 12.30 BST. Global stocks are in sharp retreat, led by a savage plunge in Tokyo, as traders are spooked by the prospect of reduced central bank support and a slowing Chinese economy.
LONDON--Inflation in the U.S. needs to climb back toward the 2% target before the Federal Reserve should consider slowing the pace of its asset purchases, a senior Federal Reserve official said Thursday.
Business leaders and politicians have raised concerns over the future of Inverness's links with London Gatwick. A three-times-a-day service operated by Flybe is in doubt following the airline's decision to sell all of its take-off and landing slots at Gatwick.