Articles by Martin Baccardax
Markets ease as investors await crucial decision on Greek aid and digest loss of triple-A debt rating for the Eurozone's second-largest economy.
Moody's cuts France's debt grade to Aa1 and assigns a negative outlook citing a "gradual, sustained loss of competitiveness and the long-standing rigidities of its labour markets"
Bank of England's Systemic Risk Survey shows fewer market professionals fear near-term shock to financial system, but broader concerns remain.
Bank confirms talks to sell 16 percent holding in China's number two insurance group as asset sales accelerate
Iconic 82-year old bakery will shut down after the company said a union strike cost nearly $10m in less than week.
The Economist has attracted the wrath of France's Prime Minister with its incendiary cover story, but financial market professionals seem unimpressed by tame attack on Gallic finances.
The region's second recession in three years comes amid increasingly violent protests over spending cuts and austerity measures.
Media reports say deal with US Justice Department could lead to the largest criminal fine in US history
Bank of England Governor Mervyn King hints there's little left to do in the face of "unappealing" mix of sluggish growth and faster inflation.
Mervyn King says Britain faces "unappealing" mix of faster inflation and slow growth as uneven recovery path begins next year.
Britain's third-biggest supermarket chain continues its seven-year run of profitability as the pace of its march on rival Tesco quickens
Europe's biggest wireless group sees slowing revenue, earnings for the full year as it lifts dividend and launches buy-back programme.
Media reports suggest extra time and cash required for new Greek rescue only hours after painful austerity budget approved by parliament
Southern Italian probe into sovereign downgrade wants Fitch and S&P executives to take stand and answer charges of manipulation and information abuse.
Tim Davie will assume acting Director General role as BBC attempts to control spiralling Newsnight crisis.
Traders from UBS and the Royal Bank of Scotland and Barclays could be arrested as part of the months-long probe into allegations of rate rigging in the bank rate known as Libor.
Germany insists it need Parliamentary approval to release long-delay Greek aid tranche despite Athens' "courage" in passing austerity bill.
Europe's biggest bank says it's investigating Telegraph report that Whistleblower handed list of 4,000 clients to British Tax authorities
President Barack Obama is looking for a new Treasury Secretary - and the Mayor of New York is looking for a new job.
President Barack Obama's sweeping victory is eclipsed by yet another grim assessment for the Eurozone and concerns about US 'fiscal cliff"