When the British government said last month it would issue its first Islamic bond, the implications went far beyond the debt market: it was a signal that London will not back ..
China continues to plan years ahead while America is too consumed with partisan battles to successfully deal with issues of immediate importance, much less address long-term i ..
Top Russian oil firm Rosneft said it would sell about $6 billion worth of refined products to BP, establishing the British major among its biggest buyers after years without a ..
Gold is already having a rough year. Here's why it might get worse. Gold continued its slow, sad march down on Monday, lower by 0.23% for the day and off 2.7% from the pr ..
Part-nationalized Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS.L) must address issues over its capital and future strategy before the government can start selling its shares, the new head of t ..
Soaring youth unemployment will top the agenda when France hosts a European jobs summit on Tuesday, but leaders will eschew radical proposals to tackle a problem that risks fu ..
U.S. small business sentiment fell to a seven-month low in October as business owners worried a partial shutdown of the government would weigh on sales and cause merchandise t ..
Less than a month ago Stifel's David Lutz told Breakout he thought gas prices could easily fall before $3 a gallon by the end of the year. ..
China's plan to broaden economic reforms failed to give a lift to world shares on Tuesday as higher U.S. government bond yields and growing talk the Federal Reserve will ..
German automaker Volkswagen said sales of its core passenger-car brand rose 2 percent in October "despite ongoing economic uncertainty." Deliveries at VW's name ..