European stocks ended mixed on Wednesday with sentiment buoyed by reports of Chinese stimulus, ahead of a US interest rate call, but investors in London were unsure a day ahead of Scotland's independence referendum.
(Updates, adds Fed reaction, changes comment). By Chuck Mikolajczak. NEW YORK, Sept 17 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks edged higher in volatile trading on Wednesday after the U.S.
The government should give temporary visas to thousands of foreign fruit and vegetable pickers because Britons are too lazy and unreliable to do the work, according to the president of the National Farmers' Union.
Mirroring the political divide, in the economic field Scotland's independence referendum sparks a wide variety of opinions, ranging from arguments that Scotts will be better off with their own human and natural resources to those who warn against an imminent ...
Mortgage lenders have launched a new price war, despite the likelihood of the Bank of England making the cost of borrowing higher.