Articles by Martin Baccardax
More than 6.2m jobless in Spain as youth unemployment passes 55 percent mark.
Government advisers sounding out private equity groups as plans for £1bn flotation fall through.
Bigger-than-expected fall in German business morale builds case for ECB interest rate move.
CEO Antony Jenkins says new path 'not easy' as lender reveals restructuring costs may hit £1bn in post-Bob Diamond era.
German economic activity in April slows for the first time in five months as Cyprus headwinds hit the eurozone core.
Britain's debt-to-GDP hits 90 percent and notches one of the highest budget deficit figures for the whole of the European Union.
Giorgio Napolitano becomes first two-term president after weekend vote that could mark end of political gridlock.
European Market Briefing: Shares Fall for a Fourth Day as Growth Concerns Persist [VIDEO]
Office for National Statistics says percentage of owner-occupied homes fell between 2001 and 2011 as price increases and stricter lending pushed millions into the rental market.
McDonald's said to be planning an inflation-busting 20 percent rise in hamburger prices as central bank pumps trillions into moribund economy
Bank of England governor Mervyn King fails to convince colleagues on merits of £25bn expansion to quantitative easing programme
Europe's biggest food retailer will close "Fresh & Easy" brand in the United States as CEO Philip Clarke continues his aim to focus on UK growth
International Monetary Fund says advanced nations will expand at a 1.2 percent pace, compared to 5.3 percent for emerging and developing economies.
Goldman earnings rise 5.5 percent in first quarter after 36 percent surge in investment banking revenue.
ZEW's benchmark sentiment index falls 12.2 points to 36.3 as Cyprus rescue, economic data, pare optimism
Third-largest US bank says profits rose by 31 percent in the first full quarter under new CEO Michael Corbat.
Ernst & Young's ITEM Club marks down UK growth for 2013 but hints at consumer rebound led by housing market and 'Help to Buy' scheme.
China data and central bank stimulus from the US and Japan boost Asia shares as Europe builds on three-day rally.
Auditor who signed off on collapsed HBOS reports also sacked US partner.
The public humiliation heaped on bank bosses who are guilty of little more than hubris represents a desire for vengeance rather than a search for the truth.