Reported by thisismoney.co.uk In opening deals the FTSE 100 was off 16.2 points at 6,726.3, having finished 16.11 points higher yesterday. Across Europe the Dax in Germany and the Cac in France also ticked marginally lower. »more
In a speech delivered at the Liverpool John Moores University on Monday, Bank of England head, and former Goldman partner, Mark Carney defended his central bank's near-zero borrowing costs which have been increasingly criticized by local politicians ever since the Brexit vote, claiming that central..
The South Korea stock market has tracked lower in back-to-back sessions, falling more than 20 points or 1 percent along the way. The KOSPI now rests just beneath the 1,965-point plateau, although the market may find traction on Tuesday.