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Activision Blizzard was facing a growing online backlash after the US games giant banned a professional e-sports player for showing support for protestors in Hong Kong.
The Bank of England believes there are “material” economic risks involved in a no-deal Brexit – but that British banks are strong enough to withstand the shock.
The pound was once against buffeted by the ongoing twists in the Brexit negotiations on Wednesday, bouncing back from five-week lows before retreating once again.
Hays Travel has agreed to the entire retail estate of collapsed tour operator Thomas Cook, saving hundreds of jobs.
A member of the Bank of England’s interest rate setting committee has said the current inflation target reflected a “pre-crisis world”.
High end department store Selfridges & Co has shrugged off the chilly conditions on the UK high street to post a jump in annual sales.
The White House is considering curbing US government pension funds investing in China, according to reports.
America has blacklisted eight Chinese technology firms over their alleged involvement in human rights abuses.
A leading think tank has warned that even a “relatively benign” no-deal Brexit would damage the UK economy, pushing debt up to levels not seen since the 1960s.
Business activity in China edged ahead in September, a survey showed on Tuesday, despite activity in the services sector softening to a seven-month low.
Kazakh financial group Kaspi. kz has pulled its debut on the London Stock Exchange, blaming "unfavourable and uncertain" market conditions.
Investigations by Financial Conduct Authority’s into potential wrongdoing at cryptocurrency firms have jumped more than 70% over the last 12 months.
Hopes of a significant breakthrough in the increasingly damaging US-China trade war are fading, according to reports.
Investor confidence in the eurozone has tumbled, reversing the modest improvements seen a month earlier to reach the lowest point since 2013, a well-regarded survey showed on Monday.
Sir John Kingman, the City grandee who helped shape the government’s response to the 2008 financial crisis, is to join Tesco Bank as a non-executive director, ruling him out of the race to become governor of the Bank of England.
Peel Hunt has “thrown in the towel” on Marks & Spencer, slashing its rating and warning that a hoped-for recovery might never materialise.
Private equity giant Blackstone has acquired a controlling stake in Great Wolf Resorts, the largest US operator of indoor water parks, in a $2. 9bn deal.
A group of leading German think tanks, which help formulate official government forecasts, have cut their growth expectations for Europe’s largest economy.
Boris Johnson has used his speech to the Conservative Party conference to insist the UK will quit the European Union at the end of October, with or without a deal.
The downturn in the UK's construction sector worsened in September, a survey showed on Wednesday, as Brexit uncertainty and the weak economic outlook saw clients delay investment decisions.