Friday 20.00 GMT. US stocks ended the week at record highs, the dollar was at a four-year peak and gold hit its lowest since mid-2010 after the Bank of Japan delivered one final twist in what had already been an extraordinary month for the markets.
LONDON� Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC on Friday said it set aside �400 million ($640 million) to cover potential fines for the alleged manipulation of foreign-exchange rates, as the U.K.
Marketing services network WPP has reported a slower than expected 3.1% rise in third quarter revenue to �2.76bn. Reported revenue in its Data Investment Management division fell 4.7% to �588m, but allowing for currency effects and acquisitions, ...
Britain is to start paying off more than �2billion of debt from the Great War, it was revealed today. The first repayment, of �218million, is set to be made in February.
The energy giants faced fresh demands today to cut people's bills after wholesale gas prices slumped to a new low. An outraged industry boss said it beggared belief that the Big Six suppliers had still not passed on the savings to millions of customers.