The UK government is engaged in talks with US officials in a bid to speed up a multibillion dollar fine facing the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS).
Oil prices have fallen for the sixth consecutive day as high output of US crude threatens a global oil glut.
This week’s stockmarket plunge has handed investors a rare opportunity to buy stocks at bargain-basement prices, say analysts.
Video, AI and self-driving-car chipmaker Nvidia saw its share price surge more than 10% in after-hours trading on Thursday following record fourth-quarter results.
Budget airline easyJet has been upgraded from ‘hold’ to ‘buy’ by brokers following a strong first quarter peformance.
This week’s massive stockmarket plunge was almost certainly triggered by computers programmed to sell stock when certain signals were picked up, say analysts.
The US government narrowly avoided being shut down for the second time in three weeks after the Senate finally backed president Trump’s budget in an 11th hour vote last night.
The pound rose more than half a cent against the dollar after the Bank of England hinted that a further rate rise might come sooner than expected.
High Street retailer Debenhams is to axe 320 store management jobs as part of a major cost-cutting exercise.
British prime minister Theresa May has told Japanese industrialists she wants a Brexit deal “as soon as possible”. May was meeting senior management from Nissan, Toyota, Honda, Hitachi and Mitsubishi today
Monday’s 1,100-point Wall Street plunge shows stockmarket investors are out of touch with reality. That is the claim of one leading commentator, who says investors “are trapped in a 1970s alternate universe”.
New unemployment claims in the US fell by 10,000 to 224,500 in January – the lowest figure since 1973.
Messaging app firm Snap surprised expectations with its results yesterday – but analysts say the company has a long way to go before it turns the ship around.
If you’ve ever wondered why Australia is so generous with its student visas, there’s a reason for it – the country’s mandarins are out to poach our brightest talent.
Nissan is to spend $9.5bn with its Chinese partner Dongfeng Group to boost its share in China’s car market.