Articles by Martin Baccardax
World's biggest supplier of plumbing and heating products says US growth solid but will review its operations in France
Britain should scrap dated, redundant and overly complicated corporation tax rate in favour of reinvestment scheme.
Greece's finance ministry hopes to retire as much as €62bn in outstanding debt as Germany hints at possible writeoffs in 2015
Germany's Lower House agrees to new terms for Greece's rescue package as markets await details on Athens' plan to buyback more than €60bn in government bonds.
Nearly 20 million Europeans are looking for work as jobless rate hits another record in October amid deepening recession
Lord Justice Leveson's far-reaching investigation into culture and ethics of journalism could impact several major media stocks.
Britain's biggest clothing retailer slashes pension deficit by more than £1bn and reaches 10-year deal with trustees to plug "black hole"
Rona Fairhead will leave the FT Group following the departure of Pearson CEO Marjorie Scardino
The latest European agreement on Greece's financial support has many political benefits but few economic ones.
Thinktank says global growth will slow, eurozone will sink into recession and Britain may need to abandon debt target.
The Canadian central banker and former Goldman dealer has one of the few untarnished reputations in global finance.
Investors fear new political turmoil as demonstrators plan more protests in Cairo.
Leaders fail to reach agreement on cuts in €1 trillion budget summit and look set to reconvene in early 2013.
South Wales site of Port Talbot to take bulk of employment hit but new blast-furnace plants could add jobs in 2013
Optimism among German business leaders rises even as growth slows and Eurozone crisis continues
The focus on David Cameron's veto threat misses the bigger - and shameful - picture: If the Eurozone can't agree on a €30bn Greek rescue, how will it lead consensus on a €1tn EU budget?
Leading candidate for Prime Minister seeks big changes for BoJ that have implications for central banks all over the world.
Bank of England votes 9-0 to hold key lending rate at record low and 8-1 to keep its £375 asset purchase programme unchanged
HP takes second $8bn writedown and says former Autonomy CEO misled it by inflating value of data-analysis software firm.
Ex-UBS dealer found guilty of two counts of fraud and acquitted on four charges of false accounting charges in $2.3 billion "rogue trader" scandal in London