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.
FBI sent a total of 48,642 requests for customer records in 2015 to internet and telecom companies.
Oil giant posts a massive decline but believes cost-cutting strategy is paying off.
FTSE 100 retailer lowers annual profit guidance by 4.5% and sales forecast by 3.5% as demand falters.
FTSE 100 grocer posts 13.8% decline in profit before tax and 1.1% drop in sales as price war among supermarkets...
The dollar index, a measure of the greenback against a basket of global currencies, rose 0.25% on 4 May.
Trade union GMB had asked solicitors Leigh Day to pursue a claim for race discrimination against Tesco.
The new product will be provided by Barclays under its 'family springboard' mortgage.
Nkurunziza gave a two-month deadline for getting back the stolen or embezzled money.
House of Lords' EU committee also says Article 50 would have to be used to legally exit the union.