The European Commission president defended his decision not to spend EU money on new infrastructure projects as part of his �315bn plan to spur growth, saying the scheme would have created more debt than the bloc could afford.
Australian litigation funder Bentham has made its biggest entry yet in the European market by agreeing to fund a class action against supermarket giant Tesco.
The voting firm's advice raises the prospect of a massive revolt over a �12m share award for Helge Lund, Sky News learns. 10:36, UK, Wednesday 26 November 2014.
LONDON (Reuters) - The top shares rose in early deals on Wednesday, boosted by a rebound in miners, although travel stocks were hit by a slump in mid-cap peer Thomas Cook.
LONDON (Reuters) - Official interest rates in Britain might end up sticking at 3 percent after they start to rise, below their level before the global financial crisis, the Bank of England's chief economist Andrew Haldane said in an interview published on ...