LONDON Euro zone business activity grew at its quickest pace this year in November and firms, which benefited from a weaker euro, raised prices faster than at any time in five years, a survey found on Monday.
More than 27,000 investors are pushing ahead with plans to take Royal Bank of Scotland and its former chief executive Fred Goodwin to court, despite the bank reaching a settlement with hundreds of other investors.
Even Fortnum & Mason, the Queen's grocer, is not immune to the effects of the collapse in the pound. The upmarket retailer said rising costs associated with the currency's fall would inevitably lead to price inflation in 2017.
Unions are close to agreeing a deal with Tata Steel which would keep the Port Talbot works open along with other UK plants, BBC Wales understands.
On the brink of a potential bailout if its third cash call in as many years fails, Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena SpA and its dire financial situation could be thrown into limbo as Italy regroups following the resounding 'No' to Prime Minister Matteo ...