Articles by Martin Baccardax
Murdoch group shares dive 4% after news channel admits hacking into private emails
Bond yields rise, shares slump as Europe's problems appear to deepen
Governor Mervyn King and the MPC face growth and inflation dilemma
Tough budgets in Iberia failed to lower borrowing costs, ECB holds key rate at 1 percent
Europe's sovereign debt markets were back in focus Wednesday after poorly-received bond sales from Spain and Portugal lifted borrowing costs and hit stock markets across the region.
Activity slumps below growth mark, but outlook hits 8-month high
Bond yields rise as debt auction indicates investor concern over economic fate
Europe's biggest utility says may drop bid for final 30% stake
Britain's economy is on somewhat of a winning streak this week as three separate reports suggest it's likely to avoid recession this year and a measure of house prices rose at the fastest pace in nearly two years.
Government says Debt levels rise as jobless rate doubles past EU average
Capital Markets Chairman steps down after 20 years with the bank
Trade body says recession unlikely, but growth to remain weak
British economy may be poised for sharp recovery
Grim data from the Eurozone Monday suggests the overhang from the regionâ€™s sovereign debt crisis â€" and the austerity measures itâ€™s created â€" will have a deeper impact on the economy than first anticipated.
Single-currency zone gauge indicates contraction, European shares fall
Figures best in Europe, indicate potential rebound for moribund British Economy
Bank lobby group boss to leave this summer after five-year term
A joint CBI/PwC Poll shows banks, insurance companies looking to add to current payrolls
Stock exchange group says votes in place for $1bn takeover of Europe's biggest clearninghouse
David Cameron's toughest week since taking office sets the stage for a long, hot summer