Trading in sharers of Italian bank Unicredit have been suspended following a 9.9% decrease on the Milan FTSE exchange.
Next, the clothing retailer, reported that sales were up 3.1%, in line with the full year guidance range given in November of between 2.5% and 4.0%.
Peter Praet, the former chief of staff to Belgian's finance minister, has been appointed as the chief economist for the European Central Bank (ECB).
The finance chiefs of the UK’s largest businesses see a break-up of the euro as posing the biggest single risk to their companies in 2012, according to the latest Deloitte CFO Survey.
After a poor end to 2011 the London Stock Exchange made a strong start to the new year, following on from good opening days for European markets.
The total value of UK mergers, acquisitions, flotations, rights issues and placements has swelled 11% to £229 billion for 2011, Experian Corpfin have revealed.
‘Expenses App’ makes direct line savings of 10-20% for investment banks ahead of Christmas season
An article from James Hickman, MD of Caxton FX, reviewing the past year and what we can expect in 2012.
Barclays Corporate has played host to players from Saracens as part of the club’s Player Development Programme which offers team members support in their personal and professional development and provides them with skills and interests outside the world of sport.
Car manufacturer Toyota have unveiled plans for 2012 where they will aim to increase production by 20% to make up lost ground due to the earthquake in Japan and floods in Thailand.