A reputation for economic competence can be lost in a day and take a generation to win back. Ask the Conservatives.
The election of Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader earlier this month unleashed the predictable cries of doom from the centre / right wing of the party, and sneers of over-confidence from the Tories ('20 more years!'). Hell, even the Lib-Dems (remember them ?), see an opportunity to exploit the situation.
The US economy grew faster than previously thought in the second quarter of the year, according to new figures that have fanned expectations that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates before the end of 2015.
Volkswagen has blamed the emissions scandal at the car maker on a “small group” of people and suspended staff as it unveiled Matthias Müller as its new chief executive.
Traders should be wary of calls that start with a 'thank you'.
For the last two years a supersonic car has taken shape in an ordinary-looking unit on an industrial estate near Bristol, a joinery on one side, a plumbers’ merchant on the other.
A former global finance chief at Deutsche Bank said the German markets regulator ruined his reputation after it claimed he and other managers may have turned a blind eye to Libor manipulation.
The stage is set for a legal battle between two branches of France’s most famous banking dynasty after Paris Orleans decided to adopt the name Rothschild.
Unemployment dropped to its lowest rate since 2005 in April, to a level which without the looming Brexit vote would set off interest rate warning bells at the Bank of England.
Marks & Spencer has been criticised for cutting the pay of approximately 10% of its shop-floor workers by removing premiums for working Sundays and antisocial hours and trimming back bank holiday payments.
The US Federal Reserve announced it would notraise interest rates on Wednesday afternoon, blaming uncertainty over the UK’s potential exit from the EU and slowing economic growth for the decision.