Articles by Martin Baccardax
Central Bank plans mid-2013 opening of Asian branch to help its on-going effort to stabilise the value of the Swiss franc on foreign exchange markets.
Markit's Purchasing Managers' Index hits nine-month high but still below expansion threshold.
S&P follows Fitch in lowering AAA rating outlook while investors brace for imminent downgrades.
European Finance Ministers will send €34.1bn to Athens next week in latest rescue for debt-stricken Greece
Struggling entertainment retailer says it may breach terms of its bank financing in January as sales slump
Britain's biggest sports retailer rings in more than £1bn in sales
Benchmark gauge of global shipping costs falls more than 12 percent in two days following weak US and China trade data
Unemployment rate holds steady at 7.8 percent as 40,000 new jobs take UK's employment total to a record high 29.6m
World's biggest clothing retailer and owner of Zara and Massimo Butti brands posts solid profit gain.
Billionaire entrepreneur seeks first trans-Atlantic tie-up in his airline's history as he seeks to challenge BA's long haul dominance.
ZEW's key index of investor and analyst expectations posts first positive reading since May.
Gerard Lyons will join the mayor's economic policy team after a thirteen year career with global investment bank Standard Chartered
Drinks giant walks away from world famous tequila brand after failing to reach a deal.
The surprise resignation gambit from Prime Minister Mario Monti has roiled financial markets in Eurpoe, but Italy's economic prospects are unlikely to be harmed by the drama.
Italy's Prime Minister says he'll resign following withdrawal of support from former leader Silvio Berlusconi.
By making guarantees linked to events he cannot control Chancellor George Osborne is the author of his own misfortune.
Thai billionaire Dhanin Chearavanont buys HSBC's 15.7 percent stake in China's second-largest insurance group
PIMCO's Bill Gross says debt and demographics will act as a drag on global economic growth for years to come as investors navigate a "new normal" of lower returns.
Boris Johnson's comments highlight rift within the Conservative party over nature of Britain's future within European Union.
British Retail Consortium's monthly sales monitor says UK shoppers in cautious mood ahead of key Christmas period.