LONDON, Sept 30 (Reuters) - An eight percent slump in Deutsche Bank's already battered share price sent Europe into a fresh tailspin on Friday and left world equity markets sliding toward their worst week in three months.
It confirms not just that there was no immediate economic collapse after the referendum vote, despite the political vacuum and financial market turmoil, but that the economy continued to grow at a very decent rate.
The Prime Minister courts Labour voters as she signals a shift in direction from her predecessor David Cameron. 12:39, UK, Saturday 01 October 2016.
As the latest minimum wage rises take effect, there is disagreement on whether it is all good news for workers or not. 12:50, UK, Saturday 01 October 2016.
Europeans are avoiding purchasing British cars following the UK's vote to leave the European Union in August, said Ralf Speth, chief executive of Jaguar Land Rover (JLR).