Articles by Nigel Wilson
TSB takeover talks ongoing less than a year after it split from Lloyds.
Korean central bank seeks to boost economic recovery in surprise move.
House prices in London expected to rise after UK general election on May 7.
Li Zhi was previously removed from his position of Communist Party Secretary in Urumq
Credit Suisse could cut staff from investment banking arm and shift focus to private banking.
Ukraine must renegotiate its gas supply deal before the end of March.
SMMT reacts to criticism that diesel is harming environment.
Abdullah warns Europe that Islamophobia and failure to defend Palestinians helps foster extremism.
Uncertainty over Greek debt deal has weighed on the eurozone since leftists won January elections.
Yemen's President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi fled capital Sanaa after Houthi rebels took over the city.
British security firm puts aside a further £45m for underperforming contracts in the UK.
Brady Dougan to stand down after eight years as head of Credit Suisse.
Traders questioned over alleged manipulation of Euriobor lending rate.
Greek government has denied reports it could leave the eurozone.
WPP chief Sir Martin Sorrell warns of uncertainty in the UK economy ahead of general election.
Neil Woodford says 'wrong to pretend Greece the same as Germany'.
Whistleblower has appealed for asylum in 21 countries but it has only been granted by Russia.
Greek government due to repay €1.5bn to International Monetary Fund this month.
European Union foreign policy chief said conditions had improved but ceasefire not being respected.
Suez canal expansion centrepiece of Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi's economic plan.