European stocks fell for the second consecutive session after a grim reading of factory output around the Eurozone rekindled concerns over the region's on going economic crisis and two key bond sales in Italy and Ireland diverted investor attention away from equity benchmarks
FTSE 100 lender will set aside a further £1bn to compensate for mis-sold payment protection insurance.
This is said to be over mishandling customer complaints and non-delivery of services to pay-as-you-go clients.
One in four firms planning to take on more permanent staff over the next three months, survey shows.
RBS is required to divest Williams & Glyn by end of 2017, under the terms of its £45bn bailout.
Anglo-Turkish oil firm's net production fell 8% in third quarter compared to previous three months.
Study by London-based artificial intelligence agency Artios notes that Google is acting as a 'regulator by proxy'.
Australia's third quarter consumer price index beat expectations by increasing 0.7% on-quarter.
Resolution Foundation warns deteriorating economic outlook will hit Britain's finance over the next five years.
US car giant says it is prepared to take 'whatever action necessary' to absorb Brexit-related losses.
The integration is scheduled to come into effect on 28 October, the same day the Zcash genesis block will be mined.
Labour leader compared May to Baldrick, who comes up with implausible 'cunning plans'.
Pound climbs back above $1.22, but UBS warns it could tumble as low as $1.10 if Brexit worries persist.