Dennis Gartman, founder and editor of The Gartman Letter, explains his bearish outlook on oil. The "Fast Money" traders weigh in.
Irish retail sales volumes fell 0.7 percent month-on-month in March to stand 3.2 percent higher than a year ago as a Brexit-influenced fall in car sales continued to weigh on headline growth, data showed on Friday. Retail sales have grown strongly since Ireland (Other OTC: IRLD - news) became the fastest
Deutsche Bank is expected to name James von Moltke as new finance chief to replace Marcus Schenck who is taking on the role of co-head of the investment bank, a source close to the matter said on Friday. Von Moltke will join Germany's flagship lender from Citi , where he has worked as treasurer
A British inventor who built an Iron Man inspired suit, has demonstrated his skills at the prestigious TED conference in Vancouver, Canada.
Supply and demand in the oil market could fall into balance by the end of this year if OPEC and its partners extend their deal to reduce crude output, a Reuters survey forecast on Friday. The Reuters survey of 35 economists and analysts forecast that Brent crude would average $57.04 (44.51 pounds) a
Could it be time to catch falling knives Standard Chartered plc (LON: STAN) and BT Group plc (LON: BT.A)?
Insurer Hastings Group , which sells most of its policies via price comparison websites, sees opportunities to gain market share this year as legal changes drive up the cost of motor insurance premiums in Britain. A surprise cut this year in the discount rate used to calculate lump sum payments in personal
The data lands a day after the ECB said it would stick to its massive stimulus programme that is designed to stoke inflation, but highly criticised in Germany, the eurozone's biggest economy. April's rise in inflation "puts it back in line with the ECB's target, but the rise partly
LONDON (Reuters) - CVC Capital Partners [CVC.UL] has agreed to take control of Swiss watchmaker Breitling in a deal that sees another iconic Swiss brand lose independence. The deal announced on Friday values the business at more than 800 million euros (66.91 million pounds), one source close to the matter
Damien Hirst always likes to collaborate closely with the artists he shows in his Newport Street gallery, not only in the selection and installation of their works from his collection, but also - in the case of Ashley Bickerton - also spurring them on to make new pieces. Bickerton spent the earlier
It is no secret that Apple has been working furiously to develop self-driving car technology in a bid to compete with rivals including Google and Tesla. Images have emerged of Apple's first autonomous car on the roads of Silicon Valley. The car appears to be a Lexus RX450h that is fitted with a
The number of people going financially insolvent jumped to its highest levels in nearly three years in the first quarter of 2017, official figures show.
Insurer Hastings Group, which sells most of its policies via price comparison websites, sees opportunities to gain market share this year as legal changes drive up the cost of motor insurance premiums in Britain. A surprise cut this year in the discount rate used to calculate lump sum payments in personal
By Joshua Franklin ZURICH (Reuters) - Activists from environment group Greenpeace gatecrashed Credit Suisse's annual shareholder meeting on Friday to protest against the Swiss bank's dealings with companies behind the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). Greenpeace unfurled a banner criticising the
The UK economy suffered a sharp slowdown in the opening months of this year, as the post-referendum rise in living costs took its toll on British households and hit consumer spending. GDP growth fell more than expected to 0.3% in the first quarter from 0.7% in the previous quarter, the Office for National
CVC Capital Partners has agreed to take control of Swiss watchmaker Breitling in a deal that sees another iconic Swiss brand lose independence. The deal announced on Friday values the business at more ...
The blue chip FTSE 100 index was down 0.2 percent at 7,220.13 points by 0920 GMT, in line with a broader fall across European equity markets. Shares in Barclays dropped more than 4 percent, putting the bank on track for its biggest one-day loss since the aftermath of Britain's referendum vote
WPP , the world's largest advertising agency, will cut the amount it pays its chief executive and founder Martin Sorrell to no more than 19 million pounds ($24.6 million) after an investor backlash sparked by previous record payouts. In its annual report released on Friday, the company said the
Apr.28 -- Niccolo Barattieri Di San Pietro, chief executive officer at Northacre, discusses issues facing the U.K. real estate market and their impact on foreign buyers. He speaks with Mark Barton on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
British house prices fell for a second month in a row in April, suggesting households are feeling the pinch from rising inflation since last year's Brexit vote and low wage growth. Nationwide said house prices declined by 0.4pc in April following a fall of 0.3pc in March, which had been the first
One of Britain's biggest pension scheme investors has called on Dutch paintmaker Akzo Nobel to engage with U.S. suitor PPG Industries over a revised bid and criticised the board's handling of the issue. The Universities Superannuation Scheme, which manages around 57 billion pounds on behalf
Britain's top share index dipped on Friday as disappointing results weighed on banking heavyweight Barclays, with UK blue chips on track for their biggest one-month loss since November 2016. The blue chip ...
British prompt gas prices fell on Friday morning on lower demand and as flows from Norway increased after maintenance at the Kaarstoe processing plant ended. * The within-day contract down by 0.80 pence ...
Sterling climbed to its highest against the dollar since late September on Friday, brushing off data showing a sharp slowdown in UK economic growth as traders closed off heavy bets against the pound ahead of a long Bank Holiday weekend. Numbers from the Office for National Statistics showed Britain&