News by: Himanshu Singh
And Rosneft has asked the Russian government for as much as $42 billion in support, in a clear sign of the growing cost of western sanctions against Moscow.
And UK government can sue French bank over 'mis-selling' to Northern Rock.
Slowdown in retail sales boosted speculation the Federal Reserve won’t be forced to raise rates sooner than anticipated.
And all eyes are on Bank of England's economic forecasts as markets guess when interest rates will rise.
Shares declined as investors watched geopolitical developments and energy shares sank after Brent crude fell to a 13-month low.
And Iraq’s political crisis intensified on Monday after the country’s president named a new prime minister to replace Nouri al-Maliki.
Investors hoped that Russia's move to send humanitarian aid to Ukraine would ease tensions between the two countries.
And Italy Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said the eurozone’s third-largest economy was on track to hit its EU-mandated budget targets this year.
Japanese shares led the gains after Wall Street rallied on an easing of tensions in Ukraine.
And Punch Taverns is set to formally launch its long-awaited £2.3 billion restructuring tomorrow aimed at securing the future of the 4,000-strong chain.
And British exports have plunged to the lowest level for nearly four years in a bruising setback to hopes of creating a more balanced economy.
And pound has soared 13% against the US dollar and 10% against the euro so far this year, wreaking havoc at companies exposed to foreign markets.
The Dow Jones fell to the lowest level since April as Russia's surprisingly harsh retaliatory measures in response to Western sanctions raised concerns about global growth.
Telecom services sector was the worst performing industry amid news that Sprint gave up its bid for T-Mobile.
And healthcare stocks fell yesterday after the Obama administration threatened action to halt the wave of transatlantic acquisitions by US companies seeking to cut their US tax bills.
And Britain's big banks are exposed to multimillion pound fines and lawsuits that could dent their profits, the rating agency Moody's has warned.
Selling accelerated in the afternoon on reports that Russian troops were massing near the Ukraine border.
And Hewlett-Packard has levelled an accusation of fraud directly at former Autonomy chief executive Mike Lynch.
Shares advanced after Berkshire Hathaway beat earnings estimates and Portugal announced a bailout for Banco Espirito Santo SA.
And investment banks are for the first time making more money helping private Chinese companies list on the public markets, than from the country’s vast number of state-owned enterprises.