Articles by Martin Baccardax
New Financial Conduct Authority to investigate bank's system collapse that hit millions of customers.
Britain's iconic prime minister led an unquestioned economic revival but the costs of her sweeping reforms are still being argued today.
Bailout deal undermines credibility of eurozone banking system, says Vladimir Putin.
Portugal's PM suffers setback in efforts to trim spending and reform public sector.
Non-Farm payrolls in the US and employment figures from Canada raise key questions about the global economic recovery.
ECB makes no changes to lending or deposit rate following €10bn Cyprus bailout
Michael Sarris leaves post after only five weeks following the island's €10bn Torika-led bailout
Bank's Financial Policy Committee says Britain's biggest lenders need stronger capital buffers by the end of the year
ECB executive board member Benoit Coeure challenges 'Cyprus template' suggested by Eurogroup president Jeroen Dijsselbloem.
Germany, Finland and Netherlands must approve aid while Cypriot banks cling to ECB lifeline.
Lawmakers scrambling to agree a bailout deal ahead of European Central Bank deadline on financing.
BP will buy $8bn worth of shares and keep $4.4bn in reserve following the formal sale of half of its Russian joint venture to Rosneft
Markit's Composite PMI reading slips further to 46.5 as Germany's manufacturing sector surprisingly stalls
ECB's governing council will pull emergency funding programme on 25 March unless Cyprus reaches deal with EU and IMF.
Chancellor may have wrong-footed Opposition for the moment but his 'pay our own way' will not save him in the long run.
ECB's Joerg Asmussen says Emergency Liquidity Agreement at risk if Cyprus can't produce alternative bailout plan
ZEW's key investor and analyst expectations index rises to 48.5 amid political turmoil in Italy and banking crisis in Cyprus
Eurogroup statement puts ball in President Nicos Anastasiades' court ahead of key vote.
Britain's No 4 retailer is only major grocery chain to gain market share amid tainted meat scandal.
President Nicos Anastasiades under pressure to re-work terms of €10bn bailout in order to win parliamentary vote and avert banking sector collapse.