European stocks edged lower Tuesday as investors proceeded cautiously after a successful underground nuclear test in North Korea was announced by the state Central News Agency. UK shares, however, got a boost following solid top-line results and a comprehensive cost-cutting plan from Barclays, which helped lift Britain's second-biggest bank more than 4 percent and to within touching distance of a 52-week high.
IBTimes spoke to ObjectChain Collab MD Paul Ferris, who recently presented the idea at Consensus 2016 in NYC.
Warning comes as Treasury releases its analysis into the short-term effects of a 'leave' vote.
Arcadia chairman Lord Grabiner will appear today before the committees investigating BHS' collapse.
Budget airline expects fares to decline 7% amid ongoing lower oil prices as it warns of looming 'fare war'.
Merger could create world's largest agricultural supplier.
The deal marks a huge win for Boeing as VietJet has until date only purchased and operated Airbus airplanes.
The announcement coincides with the annual World Health Assembly in Geneva.
With less than a month to go before the referendum, six in 10 British retailers yet to plan for Brexit.
US stocks end with gains of more than 1% for their best day since March.