Articles by Martin Baccardax
Paris-based group says British economy to shrink in first quarter
Gross margin slumps 2% as costs jump, but March sales show promise
New Delhi gathering offers glimpse of economic, political potential of emerging markets - without the West.
Rescused holiday firm reports business hit by political unrest in North Africa
Leak of Middle East buying interest doesn't fit with market's view of state-owned bank
Government puts army on standby and prepares emergency powers for disruption of fuel supplies.
Headlines and opinion polls suggest Conservatives are losing PR battle to rebrand themselves.
PM David Cameron releases names of private dinner guests as 'cash for access' row intensifies.
European markets kicked off the final week of the first quarter on a positive note this morning after a surprise jump in business confidence from the region's largest economy. The closely-watch IFO index of German business sentiment rose to an 8-mont
Discount airline posts smaller-than-expected H1 loss on marketing, cost-control efforts
New Banking Watchdog says global financial system
Economists expect no quick return to Britain's house price boom as mortgage lending remains subdued.
Growth remains the focus in Europe: supply concerns help boost oil prices
Investment bank's culture questioned again as more ex-employees go on the attack.
World's manufacturing economies showing weakness as UK high street sales fall more than forecast.