Articles by Martin Baccardax
Prime minister may have broken UK Statistics Authority regulations with revelation that good news on economy imminent.
Trader ordered to repay €4.9bn to Societe Generale and spend three more years in prison for role in biggest trading scandal in European history.
Papers obtained by Reuters indicate Germany's Economy Ministry was in "advanced" talks with Daimler over EADS stake just weeks before $45bn merger with BAE became public.
Germany records slides for manufacturing and services in October as demand sagged amid eurozone crisis.
Jimmy Savile and the BBC , Jerry Sandusky and Penn State, Paedophiles and the Boy Scouts ... it's been a terrible month for trust.
BP's deal to link-up with Russia's state-owned Rosneft and Industry's Canada's recent moves to block foreign takeovers are symbolic of government's troubled relationship with energy.
BP ends stormy 9-year joint venture with Russian investor group but nabs 20 percent stake in Kremlin-controlled Rosneft
Former Goldman executive's tell-all book and "60 Minutes" Interview said to reveal little about life on the inside of Wall Street's most famous firm
Germany's Angela Merkel has cannily played Prime Minister David Cameron into a futile stance on Europe's Budget negotiations.
Spain's Prime Minister faces challenging votes in Catalonia and the Basque region as investors fear window of opportunity for EU support closing fast
Stronger tax receipts help narrow budget deficit to £4.9bn higher than it was at this time last year.
European Central Bank will take on role of top watchdog on 1 January but several key issues remain unresolved
As calls to boycott the world's biggest coffee chain intensify, it's worth asking if taxing profits is the best way to ensure economic fairness.
July to September retail sales post best run in more than two years as Olympics and back-to-school boost lift High Street
Record high employment figures mask a recession stuck economy. But economists remain puzzled as to why we're working longer but failing to growth
Number of Britons in work rose to record 29.59 million in the three months ending August and headline unemployment fell to 7.9 percent.
Britain has clawed back less than a third of value lost during global economic crisis thanks to faster inflation, weak exports and government spending cuts.
First Minister Alex Salmond's drive for Scottish independence has uncanny echoes to a failed attempt by Quebec's Separatists nearly seventeen years ago.
Vikram Pandit steps down after five years at the head of Citigroup after third-biggest US bank posts solid earnings
Britain's consumer price index eases to 2.2 percent in September, slowest since 2009, but gas and electricity prices look set to reverse the trend