The central bank's announcement – that it will extend asset purchase programme until next year – does not signal indefinite extension, says ratings agency.
Think tank says chancellor is stuck "between a rock and a hard place" as he prepares to unveil his first budget since the general election.
In its heyday, the Trading Hall hosted over 1,000 traders but the number has drastically dropped as markets shifted to electronic trading.
ECB President Mario Draghi highlights the QE programme will not suddenly end, despite planned slowdown.
International Organisation of Vine and Wines claims that extreme weather conditions are responsible for a decrease in production across Europe.
A water quality survey during the summer found E.coli at concentrations up to 21 times the levels permitted at event venue.
UK economy grows 0.4% in the third quarter on the back of a strong performance from the services sector.
Department for Transport publishes fresh appraisal over the impact a third runway would have on noise and air quality.
The incumbent ran on predictable platform in unpredictable times and prevailed despite his ambition to change the constitution few have an appetite for.
Policy stimulus and frenetic construction for the summer games in 2020 seen aiding Japanese economy, according to new analysis.
According to StepChange charity, some 8.8 million Britons face financial difficulties, which could lead to hardship.
Lobby groups urge the Chancellor to suspend planned increase in business rates and incentivise investment instead.
Five major business lobby groups say companies will begin relocating jobs out of the UK in the coming months if no deal is in place.
Across the euro area as a whole, UK purchasing power is 17% below its initial 2000 level, according to fresh industry analysis.
Confirmation of trade talks with the EU beginning as early as December sparks sterling rally.