JACKSON HOLE, Wyo Aug 22 (Reuters) - A further drop in European inflation would pose price stability risks and the European Central Bank would use "all the available instruments" in response, ECB President Mario Draghi said on Friday.
Energy giant EDF has been told to pay just one days' profit as punishment for a customer service fiasco. Industry regulator Ofgem fined the firm a token �1, with the rest of the penalty going to charity.
The London Stock Exchange is to raise more than �900 million from shareholders to fund a buyout of an indices business in the United States.
The British company behind the Aga has reported a rise in UK sales for their �10,000 cast-iron cooker due in part to the booming house market.
Neil Woodford's new fund has been given a �640 million boost by a former client. Skandia, the asset manager, is shifting money to Woodford Investment Management from Invesco Perpetual funds, which he previously managed.