Articles by Martin Baccardax
Italy cut nearer to junk status as Moody's but solid Italian debt auction soothes investor jitters
European shares posted modest gains Friday as investors bet that the disappointing data published today in China will elicit more direct stimulus policy makes in the worldâ€™s fastest-growing economy.
International Energy Agency warns of "nasty surprises" to oil prices if OPEC production quotas are obeyed.
Japan's biggest advertising firm makes play for British marketing group with French billionaire support
Global crude oil prices are unlikely to rise in the second half of the year, according to the International Energy Agency's latest report, as economies around the world slow and demand wanes.
Outlining the politics, economics and finances of the key players in the Eurozone debt crisis
BoE needs "poacher turned gamekeeper" if it's to keep pace with pace and complexity of modern finance
British Airways-led group board member steps down to faces charges in Spanish court
Peter Praet repeats call for deeper European integration at Lisbon conference.
Spain to be given extra year to comply with deficit targets as market indicates doubts over Eurogroup strategy
Deutsche Bank reportedly suspends two dealers, US investor files class action
The second most powerful man at the Bank of England will face questions from UK lawmakers today regarding his role in the now global interest rate rigging scandal.
Serious Fraud Office to probe "Libor matter"; US jobs numbers disappoint, IMF warns on global growth
European stocks are trading lower today ahead of a critical employment report from the United States which will dictate investor confidence in the strength of the recent global share price rally.
Bank of England adds £50bn additional firepower to asset purchase programme
European shares are little changed Thursday ahead of two key rate decisions from the Bank of England and the European Central Bank that could set the tone for market performance throughout the summer.
"Wink and Nod" revelations in Barclays Libor rigging scandal make Bank of England Governor's position untenable.
Record fines, resignations, public apologies and embarrassing inquiries - just another week of tarnished reputations for British businesses
Deputy Governor Paul Tucker named in Barclays memo from Bob Diamond to John Varley
Candidates include current and former Barclays executives as search campaign begins