Articles by Martin Baccardax
Reports suggest ratings firm could downgrade UK banks as part of review of global capital markets firms
Fed's $267bn "Operation Twist" disappoints as PMI data in China and Europe underscore global economic slowdown
European markets are on the back foot this morning after investors were disappointed by the size of a monetary stimulus plan from the US Federal Reserve and data from China and Europe pointed to a continued slowdown in the two manufacturing economies
'All necessary policy measures' pledged to fight debt crisis as European leaders depart G20.
European stock markets are showing varying reaction to a G20 pledge to use â€œall necessary policy toolsâ€ to support the single currency.
Spain €3bn short-term debt sale hits 5 percent yield as German investor sentiment falls the most since 1998
European stock markets were once again caught-out by a surprise series of headlines that quickly helped erase modest gains from earlier in the session.
Leftist Syriza says it will not form coalition with Pro-Bailout New Democracy and demands renegotiation of EU bailout terms
Investors enjoyed short-lived rally this morning after yesterdayâ€™s elections in Greece delivered what could be a pro-bailout government that will prevent an early exit from the single currency.
Global central banks said to be considering coordinated response if Greek vote raises Euro exit risk
European markets are holding onto modest gains Friday ahead of critical elections in Greece and France that could shape the direction of the Eurozone. Greeks will go to the polls for a second time in as many months in an effort to elected a governmen
Savers and taxpayers to be protected from banking crises under new plans, but government softens on capital buffers for global lenders
Markets weaken after Moody's cuts debt ratings for Spain, Cyprus as European crisis deepens.
Markets little changed but losing steam after a poorly-received bond sale from Italy and a low take-up on debt sold by Germany
Investors question timing, detail of Spain's EU-led rescue as Greek election concerns mount
Rupee falls after S&P says cut to junk status possible for Asia's third-largest economy
Italy now under pressure as recession deepens, bond yields rise following Spanish bailout
Spain's banking sector intransigence has left it with two stark choices as the clock ticks closer to midnight
Ukraine will get a bigger one-time boost, but Poland's may see better longer-term prospects from European Football jamboree
Asia follows worst May since 2008 with further declines as China data disappoints and US adds fewest jobs in a year