Multinational companies avoided paying the UK government £5.8bn in corporation tax last year by keeping their accounts in countries with low-tax regimes.
Although a 0.4% rise in quarterly gross domestic product wasn't strong enough to boost annual growth, after two quarters of 0.3% gains it shifted the needle on interest rate expectations
Goldman Sachs' commodities team has said copper, having already passed the $7,000 a tonne mark to a three-year high, could move as high as $8,000 a tonne by 2022
The Securities and Exchange Commission gave final approval to a regulation requiring auditors to tell investors more about what they learned when auditing a company's books.
Novartis shares traded slightly lower this morning despite the company reporting a good set of third-quarter results.
BrightHouse, the rent-to-own provider said it would provide £14.8m in redress to about 249,000 customers after consultation with the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA)
Italy's biggest bank released its third-quarter results on Tuesday - more than two weeks earlier than scheduled - after sending them to investors and analysts overnight by mistake
The US dollar weakened overnight as uncertainty washed about over US Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen