EARNINGS grew at the fastest pace since the financial crisis this year, while inflation dipped to the lowest level since 2009, putting th
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SLOWLY but surely, Britain is rebalancing its trade.
THE BRITISH governments mounting debts mean it is unlikely to regain its triple-A credit rating for the forseeable future, ratings agency
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THE FTSE 100 fell again yesterday, putting it on course for what is expected to be its longest weekly losing streak since the 2008 financ
THE REPUBLICAN-controlled US House of Representatives yesterday passed a two-year, budget plan that would extend government spending into
IPSA, the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority, has said it will raise MPs’ salaries by 11 per cent in 2015 to £74,000.
LONDON-based hedge fund GLG Partners has agreed a $9m settlement with US regulators as part of an investigation into assets the fund said
PRIVATE equity giant Blackstone yesterday generated the second biggest paper profit from a buyout float ever, after shares in hotel chain
JP MORGAN is braced for a $2bn (£1.2bn) settlement with the US authorities over allegations the bank failed to report its suspicions rega