Articles by Nigel Wilson
Dmitry Medvedev tells Russian Parliament that economy shrank 2% in the first three months of the year.
Primark owner AB Foods hit by commodities slump as profits halve.
Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller to meet with Alexis Tsipras on Tuesday amid speculation of gas agreement.
China's government acted to ease restrictions on the amount of cash reserves its banks must hold.
But Nigel Farage attacks Miliband for being pro-big business.
Greek government seizes local government cash reserves in bid to maintain liquidity at Central Bank.
Mortgage wars drive down rates but first time buyers face highest ever average asking price.
China set to build infrastructure and energy networks from Xinjiang to Pakistani coast.
Footsie reached new high of 1,119.35 but soon sagged below that record level.
Pro-bitcoin Pirate Party is running candidates in Finland's parliamentary elections this weekend.
Joao Vaccari stepped down as treasurer of the ruling Workers' Party.
Russia widely expected to enter recession in 2015.
Greece could run out of money in May when it is due to repay billions to the IMF.
Investors buoyed by weak growth data from China and positive eurozone news from the ECB.
International Monetary Fund says illusion of liquidity has inspired reckless borrowing to invest.
CEO Dan Price will boost minimum staff salary to $70,000 per annum over three-year period.
Greece denies reports in German press that government considering holding early elections.
UKOG said April 9 the Horse Hill discovery had world class potential but has now clarified the its estimation.
Mining companies bounced back on 14 April as metals prices held steady.
IMF has suggested Ukraine must write off some of its debts but creditors have snubbed the idea.