European stocks fell and the single currency slid to a five week low against the pound after a benchmark survey of economic activity around the Eurozone showed a steeper than expected decline and the European Central Bank issued an effective deadline for Cyprus to reach a deal with its lenders on a multi-billion bailout
Pound hits two-week high against euro before retreating, while dollar soars to six-year high against Chinese yuan.
Brent, WTI fail to extend recent gains while precious metal benchmarks head sideways after overnight declines.
BAT already owns 42.2% of Reynolds, the second-largest tobacco company in the United States.
Financial Reporting Council will examine potential Brexit-related risks for the UK accounting framework.
An increasing number of UK companies are blaming the EU referendum's aftermath for their financial woes, but there is...
Andrea Dunlop of Paysafe Group discusses shortage of transactional banking services for fintechs and non-bank companies.
Gambling sector has grown 146% over the past seven years but some customers can't access their winnings.
British Airways' owner IAG accuses airport of 'ripping off' passengers over runway costs.
The deal is expected to close in the fourth quarter of 2016.
Shares up 6% to $60.73 in after-hours trading in New York, beating the previous high in 1999.
European Commission spokeswoman tells IBTimes UK there is no language regime for the negotiations.
MDC MP says nation 'sick and tired' of presidential succession battles in ruling Zanu-PF party.