Articles by Martin Baccardax
Prime Minister David Cameron and his Chancellor George Osborne face a nervous test of their core economic strategy
UK GDP slump will add pressure on government to alter policies which have delivered longest double-dip in half a century.
Spanish bonds plummet as investors dump risky debt amid concerns of a global economic slump
Moody's outlook change on Germany's Triple-A rating raises questions about Europe's core as periphery continues to struggle
European shares were little changed Tuesday after a disappointing set of manufacturing and service-sector data from the 17-member Eurozone hinted at further economic weakness amid the regionâ€™s on-going debt crisis.
Euro falls to two-year low against dollar as Greece struggles to convince lenders and Spain's economy slides deeper into recession.
European shares are on pace for their biggest single-day drop in four months as investors continue to worry that officials have yet to find a lasting solution to the regionâ€™s sovereign debt crisis.
Singapore Group denies Daily Telegraph story that Bourse CEOs have had "informal" talks on tie-up after share trading deal.
Final word on annual assessment of UK economy puts further pressure on Osborne's Plan A.
Dow Jones reports the temporary European bailout fund will set aside funds for Spanish bond buys
An IBTimes UK exclusive round-up of the most recent policy statements and rate decisions from the world's key central banks
Bank of England Governor Mervyn King to lead discussions with world's central bankers on shut-down of controversial $550tn benchmark
When detailed allegations of drug money laundering and terrorist banking are trumped by bank interest rate markets, something seems amiss.
CEO of world's biggest bond fund among names given to President Mohammed Mursi.
Lead Senate investigator says HSBC's US charter at risk after damning 335-page report.
The International Monetary Fund says Britain's prospects have worsened significantly since its April forecast.
From stocks to oil to gold, guesswork defines what we pay for the most actively traded assets in the world.
Fed chairman Bernanke gives semi-annual 'Humphrey-Hawkins' to US Congress as global growth stalls.
The A-Z of the EU and ECB tool kit for building the bazooka-like firewall around the sovereign debt crisis
Washington Post reveals memo to BoE Governor that casts doubt on his Deputy's testimony to UK lawmakers.