European stock markets moved broadly lower in afternoon action on Thursday after strong U.S. growth data stirred tapering fears and European Central Bank President Mario Draghi signaled no further easing measures on tap.
HYPOCRISY does not make you wrong, but it hands your critics a convenient weapon. When David Cameron, Britain's prime minister, visited Sri Lanka for the recent Commonwealth summit, he was right to insist loudly and publicly on the need for a proper ...
The Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee has announced that base rate will remain at 0.50 per cent and the QE programme will stay at �375bn for a further month.
While Amazon and Netflix flourished, Blockbuster, the film rental chain, was paying almost 10% of its turnover in business rates, according to Moorfields Recovery Service.
Twitter has hired its first female director by adding Marjorie Scardino, the former Pearson chief executive, to its board a month after it went public.