Articles by Martin Baccardax
Asian shares limp through worst May in three years as European malaise infects global financial markets
IBTimes Business Editor Martin Baccardax squares off against Business reporter Shane Croucher over Coalition U-Turn on hot-snack tax
Italy's poor bond sale has pressured European debt markets further while Spain drifts to 7 percent "bailout trigger"
Bond investors price in more Spanish risk, prep for auctions from Italy, France
European shares weaken as Spanish stock, debt markets count the costs of state-led rescuses
Asia shares erase yearly gains and Japan hits a 20-year weekly losing streak as investors flee risky bets across global markets
Grexit talk gets real as EU Leaders meet the low expectations set at Brussels dinner summit
Former Greek PM claims exit risk "real" as European Leaders prepare emergency Summit meeting
IMF supports Britain's austerity but says more spending needed if economy doesn't improve
Spanish markets remain pressured as banking sector, budget forecasts fail to ease investor concerns.
Spanish banks, Greek debt ratings cut as investor concern about Europe's future intensifies
Spain's nationalised lender and its fourth-largest bank, Bankia, plunges in Madrid over solvency concerns
Gold, oil, shares fall around the world as Euro break-up speculation grips investors
Investors braced for second day of volatility in global financial markets as Europe's crisis nears the end game
Political developments across the region look set to dictate critical week for future of the eurozone.
Donald Rumsfeld's famous quote sums up perfectly the concerns gripping investors around the world
Investors wary of political, banking risks after savage week for European markets and the single currency
A brief summary of the early market reaction to major corporate earnings releases for Friday 10 May
British bookmaker suspends bets on Greek exit as economic, political turmoil escalates.
A brief summary of the major corporate earnings releases for Thursday 10 May