Claire Veares has written about finance, insurance and utilities for a variety of business magazines and was a sub-editor on an international petroleum magazine. She is also an experienced parliamentary reporter, working for the parliamentary record publication, Hansard.
Reuters reports that an Air Berlin airliner was grounded at Iceland’s Keflavik airport late on Thursday because the insolvent German carrier had not paid its airport charges
Shares in Procter and Gamble fell by more than 1% in premarket trade after the company reported its first quarter 2018 results.
Britain’s biggest debt collector, Cabot Credit Management, is to list on the London Stock Exchange and is hoping for a £1bn market capitalisation.
Shares in General Electric Co have dropped more than 5% in premarket trade today after the company reported third-quarter profits that fell below expectations
Crude prices continued to fall on Friday morning in London
Dow Jones reports that gold prices are off slightly in early trading likely due to some profit taking following the rally in prices overnight.
MPs on the Treasury Committee will next week start looking into the UK's economic relationship with the EU.
Earnings at DX Group have plunged as the mail, parcels and courier services company warned that the start of its new financial year had been “especially challenging”.
The Treasury has hit back at the OECD after the think tank said that reversing the decision to leave the EU would have a “significant” impact on Britain’s growth rate
The Bank of England Governor Mark Carney has told the Treasury Select Committee that: "Inflation rising potentially above the 3% level in the coming months is something that we have anticipated."
Harley-Davidson’s Q3 earnings per share fell to $0.40 from $0.64 in the third quarter of 2016.
Morgan Stanley today reported net revenues of $9.2bn for the third quarter ended 30 September compared with $8.9bn a year ago.
Shares in Mediclinic, the international private healthcare group, fell by 4% on the release of its interim trading figures. Revenue for the first half of the year was flat and underlying EBITDA down by 5%.
The inflation rate in the eurozone remained at 1.5% in September 2017. It rose to 1.8% in the EU as a whole, up from 1.7% in August.
Shares in entertainment group Merlin – owner of attractions such as Legoland and Madame Tussauds – fell by 20% after it released its trading figures for the past 40 weeks.
The collapse of Monarch and Ryanair’s woes with its pilots’ holiday rotas have thrust airlines firmly into the headlines. Are these isolated pockets of turbulence or are airlines a risky investment?
Hurricane Harvey caused petrol prices to rise in Texas and throughout the United States. Does this mean that natural disasters such as hurricanes are good news for the share price of commodity companies?
Following the probability analysis approach favoured by legendary investor Warren Buffett can help you to become a first class financial trader.
If you are faced with a question and you don’t know the answer, using the representativeness heuristic is a way of coming up with a plausible solution.
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