LONDON, Jan 19 (Reuters) - Emerging market stocks fell on Thursday and currencies struggled to make much headway after U.S. Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen said interest rates should rise steadily, boosting the dollar.
Moneysupermarket's twerking businessman in high heels and Paddy Power's cat-kicking blind footballers were some of the most-complained-about ads of 2016.
Shares in Royal Mail dropped more than 5 per cent after the group reported a drop in letters delivered before the festive period as business uncertainty in the UK hit junk mailings.
A mega deal which creates the world's biggest listed tobacco company, British American Tobacco (BAT), has agreed a $49.4bn deal to acquire its US rival, Reynolds American Inc. Under the terms of the agreement, Reynolds shareholders will receive for ...
Owning a home has become increasingly affordable over the past nine years, thanks to low interest rates on mortgages, according to a new study.