With the Olympic men's golf competition to be played from August 11-14, the year's final major, the PGA Championship, has been brought forward to late July from its traditional date in the second week of August.
On Friday, you may still wish to keep a hold of a rabbit’s foot and treat mirrors with extra care, but it really shouldn’t be a day to avoid the stock markets
As voters up and down the country prepare to go to the polls on 23 June, Richard Carter, fixed interest specialist at Quilter Cheviot, assesses the potential impact on key asset classes.
In the US, last week’s monthly payrolls report was weaker than expected, which received some negative attention. But job numbers are lagging indicators and April may have been little more than a subdued afterthought of the seasonally low-key winter
As Lewis brings his impeccable American accent back as gazillionaire Bobby Axelrod in new show Billions, he talks Tony Blair, megalomania and megabucks
Although most companies have perfected the art of managing analysts’ expectations, the corporate earnings season is producing fewer surprises although the general trend of a slowdown in profits seems to be continuing.
The world has changed so radically and at the same time, so has financial services. In this day and age, you might not carry cash because you might not need cash.
The fast-growing economies of Africa face headwinds from the pull-back of international banks from the continent, Barclays' erstwhile-chief executive told CNBC, as the bank moves to sell down its business in Africa.
As a Leicester girl, I was ecstatic when The Foxes won the Premiership earlier this week - so much so that I spent more time than I should have singing in the office on Tuesday morning (this did not go down well with the Tottenham supporters!). I also enj