Articles by Nigel Wilson
German chancellor hints that sanctions could be extended until end of 2015.
Iraqi central government has delayed payment of more than $1bn to Erbil over oil exports.
Some analysts argued falling oil prices presented a window of opportunity to raise petrol duty.
UK Chancellor George Osborne said personal allowance would take four million people out of income tax.
UK Chancellor George Osborne cut a penny off a pint for the third year in a row.
Tax cut could affect 27 million people.
Foreigners have been used to train Nigerian army according to government.
Tairod Nathan Webster Pugh tried to enter Turkey in order to cross the border to Syria but was denied entry.
The United States and European Union have said they will keep up sanctions if occupation continues.
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has brought visit to Russia forward to April.
Businessman Richard Desmond owns Northern & Shell.
E-cigarettes, craft beer, Spotify and protein shake powder enter inflation basket as yoghurt drinks depart.
Swiss trading house stepped up dealings with Rosneft in February.
Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis denied ever giving the middle finger.
US crude oil price falls to six-year low on Monday in New York.
Opec cartel maintained production in bid to protect market share after oil price collapsed in 2014.
Ten biggest banks only make quarter of revenue from the real economy and rely heavily on financial system.
John Kerry said US companies are ready to invest but Gulf states pledged billions of dollars.
US Secretary of State said US companies were ready to invest more in Egypt.
Commerzbank chief executive Martin Blessing said the bank took the practices 'very seriously'.