African trade finance group considers rare London listing

The African Export-Import Bank, a pan-African trade finance group, is weighing floating in London, in a boost to the UK stock market following a lean run of listings. The Cairo-headquartered group, also known...

German economy halfway to recession

Europe's largest economy contracted by 0.1% in the second quarter as global tensions put pressure on its export-driven manufacturing sector. Speaking before the widely-anticipated fall was published, Chancellor Angela Merkel said the economy was...

Ingenico Group reports Q1 revenue

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FTSE LIVE: Dixons bitten by mobile phones arm; Boohoo lifts sales guidance

FTSE LIVE: Shares take a dip despite news of US-China talks; Dixons Carphone bitten by ailing mobile phones business; Boohoo lifts...

Despite Woodford, It's a Good Time to be an Investor

The liquidity profile of the Woodford Equity Income fund...

Moral Money: when the going gets tough does ESG go out of the window?

FT subscribers can click here to receive Moral Money every Wednesday by email.Welcome to Moral Money! This week we have a preview of the IMF and World Bank meetings in Washington DC, big news...

Can Emerging Markets Bounce Back?

It has been a rough few months in emerging...

Young drivers twice as likely to use smartphones to check social media at the...

Young drivers are twice as likely as the average motorist to use smartphones to follow social media and text while at the wheel, an alarming new study reveals today.The so-called millennial generation aged...

Asking house prices back near record high, says Rightmove

A fresh burst of optimism from home sellers has pushed the average asking price of properties coming onto the market to less than £100 away from a new record high.Despite the dampening effect...