European stocks were mixed on the week with modest gains in Britain offset by declines in Germany and around the EU after disappointing economic data kept investors on the sidelines as equities pull back from multi-year highs.
Investigation finds some cloud-based service providers could be breaching consumer law over contracts renewal.
IBTimes UK spoke to Royal Caribbean about how the world's biggest passenger ship could deliver.
GfK says confidence improved from -3 in April to -1 in May but Brexit uncertainty clouds the outlook.
US reports positive data on durable goods, pending home sales and initial jobless claims.
The multi-nation group said the UK's departure from EU would affect trade, investments and jobs.
EDF workers' committee says it is likely to vote against £18bn-scheme 'in its current state'.
Changes approved by Kenya in April were declared non-compliant by World Anti-Doping Agency.
Hold on deliveries applies to CBU-105 cluster bombs manufactured by US company Textron Systems.
The beers will be priced at £1.25 each and will be offered as a "Specialbuy" purchase.