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Confidence among business leaders has collapsed as the invasion of Ukraine, rising costs and soaring inflation weigh heavily, a survey by the Institute of Directors has found.
Inflation continued to mount in the US in February, official data showed on Thursday, putting further pressure on the Federal Reserve.
The UK has sanctioned a number of media organisations and individuals, including the owner of RT, as it moves to tackle Russian propaganda, it was announced on Thursday.
Unemployment across the Eurozone has fallen to a fresh low, official data released on Thursday showed.
Gazprom is looking at ways to halt gas supplies to so-called "unfriendly" countries, it was reported on Thursday.
Shares in Hennes & Mauritz fell on Thursday after first-quarter numbers widely missed analyst expectations and the war in Ukraine weighed heavily.
Shop price inflation spiked in March to reach levels not seen since 2011, industry research showed on Wednesday.
Russia is to "dramatically" scale back military operations near the Ukrainian capital of Kyiv, it was reported on Tuesday.
UnitedHealth Group is to acquire LHC Group in a deal worth around $5. 4bn, the US health insurer confirmed on Tuesday.
Credit Suisse has upgraded European and UK small caps as part of its latest global equity strategy.
The positive investment case for British banks is starting to weaken, JP Morgan said on Tuesday, as it reiterated Lloyds Banking Group as its top pick but cut its rating on Barclays.
UK shoppers are increasingly turning to cheaper own brand products, industry data showed on Tuesday, as grocery inflation rose to a near decade high.
Bank of England Governor Andrew Bailey has warned that the shock to real incomes from rising energy prices will be worse than those seen in the 1970s.
Elon Musk is giving "serious thought" to developing a new social media platform, the Telsa billionaire has confirmed.
Shareholders including Legal & General Investment Management are calling on J Sainsbury to pay its workers higher wages.
S&P Global Ratings has cut its forecast for economic growth in the Eurozone, as energy prices soar following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.
The UK government is to close a loophole allowing ferry operators to pay less than the national minimum wage, it was reported on Monday, as it moves to force P&O Ferries to rehire the 800 workers it fired earlier in March.
Moderna has boosted its 2022 sales forecast for its Covid-19 vaccine to $21bn, the US biotech confirmed on Thursday.
Shell plans to invest up to £25bn in the UK energy system, the energy giant said on Thursday, the majority of which will be in low-carbon products.
The UK has imposed fresh sanctions on a number of Russian businesses and individuals, including a private paramilitary organisation and the stepdaughter of Sergey Lavrov, Russia’s foreign minister.