Articles by Martin Baccardax
Germany's top judge could delay ruling on funding for the permanent bailout fund, throwing ECB bond buying plans into question.
Rating Agency says Mario Draghi's plan will support borrowing costs, but that ultimate responsibility for crisis resolution lies within governments.
The European Central Bank's controversial plan to offer unlimited support to bond markets will not resolve the region's sovereign debt crisis, according to a report published by Moody's Investors Service Monday.
Coalition leaders struggle to agree on target of €11.5 billion in cuts as recession enters fifth year.
Two cancelled shareholder votes within hours frustrate $80 billion tie-up that would create the world's fourth largest mining group
ECB president Mario Draghi says plans to support bond market will preserve singleness of monetary policy but markets stall.
Report suggests ECB prepared to buy unlimited quantities of Eurozone government debt to bring down yields and draw a line under the crisis.
The World Economic Forum's annual ranking on competitiveness sees Britain jump two places to eighth despite drag from recession.
Swiss economy stalls as franc rise bites into exports as EU crisis causes ripple affects across the region
Britain valued at £110,000 per person as property values top £4 trillion for first time.
Retail sales volume in the UK grew by 0.3 percent month-on-month in July, better than the anticipated contraction and welcome news for embattled retailers struggling in a difficult trading environment.
Unemployment has fallen to its lowest rate in almost a year in the quarter to June, despite the sharpening recession, as the number of full and part-time workers rose in the build-up to London 2012.
FirstGroup plans fare reduction, new trains, as Branson's 15-year run in UK rail business comes to an end
The tiny bump in the cost of living seems tame to policy makers, but in Britain, rising prices are an undeniable fact of life.
First quarter revision prevents recession, but German Economic sentiment data indicates a tough second half for region's economy.
Europe's largest economies stall as debt crisis threatens to push region into formal recession.
Hottest July on record increases fears of another global food crisis as corn prices spiral
IBTimes Business journalists Lianna Brinded, Shane Croucher and Martin Baccardax run through the big stories of the week in this latest edition of the Business Podcast.
Britons have learned to love success again after near-perfect fortnight of sporting and organisational success that was London 2012, says Martin Baccardax.
Britain's trade deficit grew bigger in the second quarter, reaching £11.2bn compared with the previous three months' £7.8bn reported the Office for National Statistics.