... Off. � European markets up in early trading on Friday � Japanese market swings widely in volatile trade � Europe needs Britain, says ECB president Mario Draghi � FTSE 100 suffers heaviest drop for a year � HSBC's $1.9bn money laundering settlement ...
By Toni Vorobyova. LONDON | Fri May 24, 2013 9:03am BST. LONDON (Reuters) - The FTSE 100 steadied on Friday after their steepest fall in a year in the previous session, with central bankers offering some reassurance that stimulus will stay for a while yet.
A Guernsey airline is considering using bigger planes after becoming the only operator to fly to Gatwick. The Treasury and Resources Department is the sole shareholder in Aurigny and said it is considering leasing or buying aircraft outright.
A day after the International Monetary Fund urged the government to do more to spur growth, Britain's official statisticians have reminded economists of just how far the UK economy remains from full health.
Two key lieutenants of Tesco boss Phil Clarke received almost �3million in 'damages' following their departure from Britain's biggest retailer at the height of its troubles.