Articles by Martin Baccardax
Investors prepare for market reaction after the President's resounding election victory and return to the White House
Intransigence, ineptitude and irresponsibility have defined the current political stewardship of the global and economy.
With both the Fiscal Cliff and a new Fed Chairman in play for the next President, global investors await results of the most economically important elections in decades.
Weakest growth in two years for Britain's most important growth driver raises concern over recovery path
China's ageing population, huge credit bubbles and rising inequality is creating a serious "middle income trap" that could hurt the next phase of its "economic miracle".
Australian court ruling on complex derivative rating could have major impact on ratings agencies around the world
HSBC says it has put aside an extra $800m to satisfy US regulators but adds the costs of its money laundering activities could be "significantly" higher than $1.5bn
Bill Gross, chairman of the world's biggest bond fund, excoriates US politics and policy as he warns of "financial repression"
Ratings Agency says underlying capital base to major US insurers safe despite anticipated hit to quarterly earnings from deadly storm.
Lloyds sets aside another £1bn to compensate PPI claims, but better news on bad loan losses lifts shares.
Barclays's new CEO Antony Jenkins faces a key decision on the bank's future - one that its latest earnings figures just made much more difficult.
British lender says US authorities are looking into energy trading and potential breaches of corrupt practices act
Mortgage approvals rise but house price recovery could be uneven as sales accelerate into year-end.
Annual poll shows pockets of Eurozone where risks are greater than in Syria, Egypt and Libya as CFOs seek safer markets in China, India and Brazil.
US GDP grew faster than expected but mixed data below headline provides ammunition for both Obama and Romney campaigns
EDF Energy plans 10.8 percent increase on UK household gas and energy prices in move that challenges Bank of England policy.
One in four out of work in Europe's fourth-largest economy amid deepening recession.
Shares in the world's biggest platinum miner rise in London after departure of ground-breaking boss
The best three-month growth figures in five years have sparked a raging debate over the government's economic strategy.
Olympic Games helps drive solid economic turnaround with 1pc growth but experts say recovery will remain uneven.