Consumption-related indicators lost momentum in Q1 but British economy remains resilient.
S&P Global Ratings say doubts over Europe's outlook persist but rapid deterioration in credit conditions is unlikely.
Australian bank to fork up £2.3bn for government-owned entity aimed at funding renewable energy and low carbon projects.
'Overbanking' in the industry is one of the main reasons for low margins, the report said.
Tesco to sell its in-store opticians business to Specsavers' rival Vision Express for an undisclosed sum.
Moody's reports emerging market currencies outperforming those of advanced economies.
S&P Global Ratings says banks could benefit as US and EU authorities pull back from stringent regulations.
The new bond leads the market, but still falls below rising UK inflation at 2.3%.
The thorny issue of clearing in London is back, but row is more about politics than economics.
It is all about European supervision and defending European jobs, says Manfred Weber.
In an interview with IBTimes UK, Schabenberger also explains why he thinks AI won't replace humans.
Google said HMRC actually owed it £31.5m in 'corporation tax' according to accounts published on 31 March.
The new £1 coin will launch on Tuesday and the current coin will cease to be legal tender on 15 October this year.
Wall Street banks are setting themselves up for the next systemic crisis by financial experimentation in the derivatives market.
Free market think-tank and Federation of Small Businesses spoke to IBTimes UK about the issue.