Markets are looking beyond the coronavirus outbreak to signs of recovery
Bank is to cut £3.5bn in costs and shed £77bn in assets to kick-start business, with the US and European operations bearing the brunt.
After hitting four-and-a-half-year high in January, sentiment has eroded rapidly
Bullion rallies as Apple warns coronavirus will disrupt iPhone supplies
Britain’s 1,100-year-old Royal Mint will list its first gold-backed listed product in London this week
US car maker General Motors winds down operations in Australia, New Zealand and Thailand and axes Australian Holden brand as global streamlining strategy continues
Amazon is offering free shipping to illegal Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank, while Palestinian customers are being charged for shipping.
The German economy stagnated in the fourth quarter as private consumption and state spending lost momentum, adding to drops in manufacturing and exports.
Royal Bank of Scotland ramps up investment banking operations in Poland as staff prepare for job cuts
Investment company KKR has raised over $1.3bn to deliver a fund which it says is earmarked for companies that match purpose with profit
Boeing executive says coronavirus is the chief threat to growth in the air cargo sector and could dash hopes for a rebound from 2019’s decade low performance
Worst monthly fall in almost three years as capital-goods output drops
Global emissions flatlined in 2019 thanks to renewable energy
Daimler AG sees net profit fall 64 per cent in 2019 after multi-billion dollar diesel hit
The British economy ground to a halt in the fourth quarter of 2019, dragged down by uncertainty over Brexit which hit household and business spending.