Fresh signs that the U.S. Federal Reserve is considering pulling back on efforts to support the U.S. economy rattled global markets Thursday in a wave that hit every major asset class.
UK retail sales recorded a larger-than-expected rise last month, helped by a strong increase in food sales. Sales rose 2.1% in May from the month before, and were up 1.9% from a year earlier, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
By James Davey. LONDON | Thu Jun 20, 2013 6:33am EDT. LONDON (Reuters) - British sales of tablet computers are booming, Europe's second-biggest electricals retailer Dixons said, underpinning profit growth and offsetting weak markets in ...
By Alistair Smout. LONDON | Thu Jun 20, 2013 12:05pm BST. LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's top shares slid to five-month lows on Thursday, led by miners after the U.S.
BRUSSELS--The European Union began legal proceedings against France and the U.K. on Thursday over the fees charged by the private company that run the rail tunnel under the English Channel.