Articles by Martin Baccardax
The EU approved a second round of tough trading sanctions on Iran as crude exports, currency continue to tumble.
Budget cuts and bank capital rules are being reconsidered as world leaders push for Plan B in face of slowing economic growth.
Simmering political tensions up and down the Continent should remind Europe's leaders of what's at stake in the current economic crisis.
Spain insists there's no pressure to seek financial aid, IMF urges more time for budget measures to take hold as Germany juggles multiple bailouts
More than one in four Greeks is out of work as the economy tailspins deeper into its six year recession and Coca Cola Hellenic plans to delist shares from Athens bourse.
Share sale could raise more than £1bn for state-owned Royal Bank of Scotland after EU directed divestment
German demands for job protection and British efforts to keep veto blocks multibillion proposal.
Merkel praises reforms but warns of tough road ahead as IMF says Greece likely to miss key debt targets in 2011 bailout agreement.
Germany's chancellor visits Greece for first time since crisis amid heavy security.
First deal under new CEO Antony Jenkins marks start of journey back to high street banking.
Chancellor George Osborne begins preparing short-list for new boss at Threadneedle Street that looks depressingly familiar
Critical September employment report shows headline job creation but underlying weakness in world's most important labour market.
The IMF sees slower global growth this year and next as central bank policy fails to offset fiscal austerity in Europe and the United States
Labour Party Leader Ed Miliband's attack on the economic record of Prime Minister David Cameron and Chancellor George Osborne raises several questions of accuracy.
ECB hold its key lending and deposit rates unchanged as it awaits a decision from Spain on a formal European Union bailout.
Britain's top food retailer posts quarterly sales figures amid tight consumer spending and slowing economy.
Ratings firm says it will make a decision on Spain's Baa3 investment grade status in October
Founder of world's biggest bond fund says US needs annual $1.6 trillion in austerity measures.
Currency crisis could escalate economic slowdown as global sanctions on crude take more than $130bn from Tehran each day.
Nearly 5 million Spaniards out of work as recession hits job-rich tourist economy