Articles by Martin Baccardax
IBTimes TV's daily 'Market Briefing' report with European Business Editor Martin Baccardax
Disastrous 'Project Santorini' at world's oldest bank could embarrass ECB president Mario Draghi.
Switzerland's second-biggest bank does not expect material issues with Libor investigation.
Southern European markets see 11.9 percent service revenue slump but solid growth in emerging markets should protect the bottom line.
European markets are little changed Thursday ahead of two key central bank decisions which could be overshadowed by events surrounding them.
US Commodity Futures Trading Commission says manipulation continued after state-owned bank told of probe
State-owned bank says it is in 'late-stage' discussions with authorities and expects to pay 'significant' penalties.
Departures of Bank of China and Bank of Japan bosses leave policy questions as two of world's biggest economies plot new monetary policy strategies.
Europe's second biggest oil company said net costs for fatal Gulf of Mexico disaster hit $42.2bn last year
Britain's second-biggest lender sets aside another £1bn to cover costs associated with mis-selling scandals.
McGraw Hill shares plunge to six-month low after S&P unit says Justice Department planning civil suit
Chancellor George Osborne's threat to break-up UK banks adds pressure to shares as FTSE tumbles from near five year high
Agreement adds to portfolio of Tour sponsors after record attendance helps push 2013 prize total past $100 million
Chancellor will tell banks in speech at JP Morgan that lenders that flout new ring fence rules will be broken up.
Departure comes as bank faces SFO and FSA probe into 2008 deal with Qatar Investment Authority.
The German beat Italy's Sara Errani - the second of two top-ten opponents this week - for the biggest win of her career
Improving manufacturing and employment data help keep US, UK benchmark indices at multi-year highs
Iconic cab maker bought out of administration by China's Geely Automobile for a debt-free £11m.
Group adds 122,000 broadband customers as it plans deeper push into sports broadcasting.
Focus shifts to Central Bank as President Vladimir Putin says high interest rates a concern.