New growth target marks the slowest growth since contraction seen in 1998
Sterling and London stocks were higher this morning as UK and European Union negotiators prepared for a fresh round of talks starting on 2 May. Both sides seem deadlocked over key issues concerning Britain’s future trading relation with the 27-nation bloc.
French carmaker hammered by Covid-19 economic crisis
Tony Hayward under pressure following Norwegian wealth fund divestiture
It’s eyeing up a 5 per cent stake in Vodafone Idea
New research suggests world’s largest crypto asset manager accelerating its BTC accumulation strategy
Company was among the first to make significant budget cuts as oil demand plummeted
The dollar gained value as worries about the US response to China’s proposed security law and renewed protests in Hong Kong supported safe-haven demand for the greenback
Gains on the STOXX 600 and FTSE 100 indicate increased optimism that the coronavirus-hit global economy may be returning to some kind of normality.