Articles by Martin Baccardax
Europe's biggest bank sets aside €10bn to cover legal and restructuring costs as Libor investigation looms.
Spain's biggest lender sees profits fall by 59 percent as the country's housing market collapse hits hard.
World's biggest planemaker notches up record earnings and order backlog.
Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to unveil new stimulus measures but vows to stick to budget cut pledges.
Shares fall in London after Europe's second-largest tobacco group says illicit trade hit key markets in Europe and Russia
Record fine and five years' probation adds to multibillion cost for worst environmental disaster in US history.
Shares fall the most in at least six months as Libor scandal nears its expensive conclusion for state-owned lender
European Central Bank President headed Bank of Italy when lender was said to have hid millions in derivative losses.
World's largest platinum producer raises cost base at key Brazil mine for sixth time.
FTSE 100 passes 6,300 mark for the first time since May of 2008 as pound falls to 14-month low against the euro.
The world's oldest bank is accused of hiding millions in losses as it made pleas for a €4bn state rescue that involves Italy's political elite
European Free Trade Association Court Says Iceland's plan to gradually repay savers is within EU law.
Europe's biggest discount carrier nears €1bn in quarterly revenue as three-month traffic passes 17m
European banks repay nearly a third of emergency ECB loans after German business sentiment rises for a third consecutive month
David Cameron, George Osborne and Mervyn King have placed an all-in bet on Britain's economic future, says IBTimes Business Editor Martin Baccardax.
Ifo's key Business Climate Index rises 2 points as prospects for Europe's largest economy improve.
European share gains limited as investors parse mixed economic data around the single currency area.
Record unemployment in Spain and three-year low for manufacturing in France indicate growing divergence in eurozone.
David Cameron's vision for Britain and Europe ignores how closely the economy ties both of their futures.
Emerging market sales now more than half of total revenues for second-largest consumer brands group