Articles by Martin Baccardax
Mixed employment data and concerns over US budget talks keep investors in a cautious mood.
Founder of the world's biggest bond fund rounds on "essentially costless" money-printing in his monthly Investment Outlook column.
Funding For Lending scheme is increasingly seen as the BoE's most important tool as impact of Quantitative Easing wanes
In-line sales leading up to Christmas Eve bump 2012 profit guidance to upper end of £620m range
UK and US markets kick off year with triple-digit gains following last-minute tax deal in Washington.
US will breach $16.4 trillion debt limit on 28 February, setting new deadline for lawmakers to agree spending cuts
FTSE 100 dips in final half day of trading as global investors eye 11th-hour meeting in Washington.
Bob Diamond is biggest to leave post but 2012 had fair share of top-flight resignations.
Search begins for replacement as acting CEO Simon Scott rules himself out of the running.
Treasury Secretary's warning on debt ceiling adds further concern to investor's holiday list
From banksters to gun nuts the media's collapse into 'simplify and exaggerate' is doing lasting damage to public debate.
From the Crystal Meth Fiscal Cliff to the Shareholder Spring to the London Whale Tempest in a Teapot, the year's biggest stories began with a quote. Here are ten of the best.
Britain's FTSE 100 ends little changed amid thin volumes at home, closed markets around Europe as investors await last-minute budget deal in Washington
IBTimes UK has put together its own 'Central Bank Watch' report with key rates, dates and details from world's most important policymakers.
Key Gulf deal comes just days after firm warns of earnings hit linked to Saudi delays on Salam Typhoon deal
Intercontinental Exchange to pay $33 a share approach in second attempt to take over NYSE Euronext.
Mark Carney will earn £874,000 a year on Threadneedle Street in the City of London.
Key reading of German business sentiment rebounds from 2.5 year low in October with second consecutive monthly increase.
FSA levies record £160m fine and says at least 45 traders and managers involved in global interbank lending scandal
Bank of American Merrill Lynch survey shows investors increasingly optimistic about global recovery and China growth potential.