Articles by Martin Baccardax
State-owned lender would be third major bank to admit Libor failings following multimillion pound fines for Barclays and UBS.
Britain's FTSE 100 holds near May 2008 high as Tesco Christmas sales figures boost benchmark.
Spain's first bond sale of 2013 draws strong demand as Treasury raises and extra €1.8bn in three-part auction.
Shares fall the most in two years after retailer rushes out trading statement follwing leak to Sky News
Iconic British retailer posts its six consecutive quarterly sales fall despite record £330m in Christmas food haul.
Britain's FTSE 100 tests four and a half year highs as banks and miners lift benchmark to 6,100 level.
Nobel Laureate and New York Times columnist slips loudly into insult-based attack as the global economic debate gets increasingly partisan.
Number two UK grocery chain says customers spent £16m in one single hour of sales on 23 December
Investors pull back after grim European data points to deeper fourth quarter recession ahead of key US earnings data from Alcoa
Sainsbury's only major UK supermarket to add market share as discount rivals gather new customers.
Youth unemployment also surges to 3.73m across the Eurozone as more than 18.8m Europeans seek work.
Best-ever December sales figures even as high street shoppers tighten their belts.
Investors in US and Europe cautious ahead of central bank meetings in London and Frankfurt.
Agreement will dent the bank's fourth quarter earnings by $2.5bn
Investment Bank's 2013 Outlook report sees slowing returns in stocks and bonds even as global economy begins recovery phase.
Britain's number four supermarket chain kicks off busy week for major UK retailers
Britain's economy remains close to recession as European inflation quickens on key payroll Friday.
Formal petition submitted to White House demanding Treasury mint unprecedented coin as debt deadline draws closer.
High street banks increase consumer credit and approve more new home loans as Funding for Lending scheme gains traction.
Japan's currency hits two and a half year low against the US dollar following Fed minutes, Shinzo Abe statement