International Consolidated Airlines Group beat expectations for its first quarter performance as a jump in passenger revenue and a sustained decline of fuel costs swung it to profit in what is traditionally a weak period for airlines.
Philip Green doesn't do empathy. Green's retail is red in tooth and claw. Now his pugilistic, foul-mouthed response to criticism has returned to bite him where it hurts.
People walk past the Coutts bank in Zurich, now under investigation by Swiss authorities. Photograph: Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters. Jill Treanor.
Consumer confidence fell to a 15-month low in April as optimism about the UK economy faded ahead of the EU referendum. GfK's latest confidence barometer dipped into negative territory for the first time since December 2014 as cautious households said ...
France's economy grew 0.5 per cent during the first quarter of 2016, outstripping economists' expectations and adding to a recent run of improving fortune for Socialist President Fran�ois Hollande in the build-up to next year's elections.