European stock markets moved broadly lower in afternoon action on Thursday after strong U.S. growth data stirred tapering fears and European Central Bank President Mario Draghi signaled no further easing measures on tap.
HYPOCRISY does not make you wrong, but it hands your critics a convenient weapon. When David Cameron, Britain's prime minister, visited Sri Lanka for the recent Commonwealth summit, he was right to insist loudly and publicly on the need for a proper ...
The U.K. plans to impose capital-gains taxes on home sales by non-residents starting in April 2015 as the government seeks to raise revenue and avert unsustainable increases in London property prices.
General Motors will withdraw its Chevrolet brand from Europe's troubled car market, rolling back a decade-long brand strategy that failed to resonate with customers and was crippled by the crisis in the continent's car sales.
Shares in DS Smith rose after the cardboard maker reported a 52 per cent rise in first-half pre-tax profits as it benefited from a growing market share in Germany.