The European Central Bank's incoming chief economist cautioned against exaggerating the significance of recent weak data.
A compromise has been struck between European Union member states over the way money managers will be supervised once the UK quits the bloc.
Pressure mounted on under-fire British Transport Secretary Chris Grayling to resign on Tuesday after it emerged his department spent £0. 8m to assess a bid for a £13. 8m no-deal Brexit ferry contract that was awarded and then withdrawn.
London stocks were still in the green by midday on Tuesday ahead of Theresa May's statement to parliament, as investors welcomed signs of improvement in Sino-US trade talks and news that another US government shutdown has been averted.
Irish low-cost carrier Ryanair welcomed the Court of Appeal's ruling to uphold its policy of communicating and paying EU261 compensation directly to consumers on Tuesday.
Mining outfit Serabi Gold revealed that an employee at its Palito gold mine in Brazil had died following an accident at the site.
Nu-Oil and Gas on Tuesday confirmed that Marginal Field Development Company (MFDevCo), its 50%-owned joint-venture, has entered into a collaboration agreement with Siemens' Dresser-Rand business.
US stock futures pointed to a positive open on Wall Street on Tuesday as investors welcomed news of a tentative deal to avert another government shutdown.
Small business sentiment in the US deteriorated more than expected in January amid worries about the government shutdown and financial market instability, according to the National Federation of Independent Business.
UK Chancellor Philip Hammond's claim of a Brexit “deal dividend” was ridiculed by a cross-party group of MPs on Tuesday as “not credible”.
Markets in Asia were higher across the board on Tuesday, with technology plays receiving a boost, and investors maintaining a close eye on trade relations between Washington and Beijing.
Shares in the auto sector revved higher as France’s Michelin posted a forecast-beating set of results and pledged further growth in 2019.
Online trading company Plus500 warned current year profits would be “materially lower” than market expectations due to new European Union regulations on financial products, with the news wiping more than a third off the share price on Tuesday.
Stocks across the Continent are adding to the prior day's bounce, buoyed by news of a possible breakthrough on the Hill that might allow the US to avoid another partial shutdown.
Marketing technology outfit Mporium has seen a significant uptick in revenues since inking an agreement with Newcastle-based fintech firm Allay.
Ilika jumped on Tuesday after it achieved its highest ever volumetric energy density of its ultra-thin solid-state batteries.
The owner of luxury brands Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent has shrugged off growing concerns about the strength of Chinese economy to post forecast-beating results.
African food producer Zambeef revealed on Tuesday that chief financial officer Craig Harris had stepped down from the group with immediate effect.
Goldman Sachs upped its stance on Rio Tinto but downgraded its recommendation on BHP on Tuesday as it took a look at the metals and mining sector.
Marketing and media firm Ebiquity expects profitability to remain unchanged in its current trading year as it fulfils contractual obligations related to the sale of its advertising intelligence unit to Nielsen.