Articles by Martin Baccardax
Stock markets post modest declines as bond and currency traders prepare for David Cameron's key EU speech in London
Rose will replace outgoing chairman Michael Grade.
US markets closed for Martin Luther King holiday keep traders on the sidelines as investors await Bank of Japan policy decision.
Britain's tax code is both hopelessly complicated and deeply subjective. Clearer rules - not "public mood" - are the best way ensure fairness for everyone.
A joint Confederation of British Industry and PricewaterhouseCoopers survey says financial sector the most optimistic since global crisis
China's fourth-quarter rebound lifted the FTSE close to a five year high but weak retail sales keep investors cautious.
Bank's full-year profit remains in the red but solid fourth quarter and investment banking jobs cuts boost investor optimism.
World's biggest jet engine maker says Industrial unit ready to deliver "double-digit" earnings growth in 2013
Consumer demand remains elusive as investors turn on sterling amid bets of a new round of support from the Bank of England.
Chairman says he's 'deeply disappointed' with news of $14bn impairment of two of group's key mining assets.
George Weston-controlled group sees 25 percent sales gain at Primark
Solid US Bank earnings fail to lift Wall Street as investors continue to question the pace of the global economic recovery
Fourth quarter earnings for investment bank nearly triple as group revenues soar.
CEO Jamie Dimon sees full-year pay slashed as Board recommends major changes for London-based CIO following "mistake" of London Whale losses.
Europe's biggest economy will grow by only 0.4 percent this year, the Economy Ministry said, as slowing trade takes its toll on German exports.
The sad end of an iconic British retailer should not mask the tremendous benefits of the online revolution.
Britain's iconic luxury retailer notches a 9 percent increase in quarterly sales and cautions investors on difficult market conditions.
Yen continues to decline amid bets the BoJ will add deeper stimulus while euro gains on cautious economic optimism.
Britain can never - and will never - default on its sterling debt and therefore deserves to keep its AAA rating.
Japan's currency hit a two and a half year low against the US dollar as investors bet BoJ will bow to new government pressure and add trillions in new stimulus.