Sainsbury’s advanced 1.3 per cent in London yesterday while Rio Tinto and Glencore lost more than 2.9 per cent. Photograph: Peter Byrne/PA Wire

European shares fell further below last week’s three-month high yesterday, as a slump in French utility EDF and weaker banking stocks, as well as wor(...)

The Buenos Aires Stock Exchange, Argentina. A market pariah since a 2001 default, Argentina was welcomed back to the club of borrowing nations on Tuesday with one of the largest order books ever seen for an emerging markets bond. (Photograph: Marcos Brindicci/Reuters)

Argentina made a triumphant return to the international bond markets on Tuesday, launching a bigger-than-expected $16.5 billion (€14.6 bn)offering tha(...)

The fourth largest US bank by assets said it could incur another $1 billion (€885 million) in credit costs this year if oil drops below $35 a barrel. Photograph: Timothy A Clary/AFP/Getty Images

Citigroup’s quarterly profit plunged 27 per cent, dragged down by lower revenue as well as costs to shrink some businesses and cover bad loans to the (...)

A woman touches a virtual reality 3D glasses as she and a man sit in a car before the shareholders’ meeting of the Daimler AG in Berlin, Germany: it fell 2.1 per cent. Photograph: Michael Sohn/AP Photo

Sentiment was looking tired in global stock markets at the end of a strong week as investors kept a wary watch on a fresh fall in oil prices and equit(...)

Analysts on average had expected earnings of $1.03 per share

Citigroup’s quarterly profit plunged 27 per cent as bank set aside money to cover losses on energy loans and its costs related to shrinking some busi(...)

A demonstrator from the Sea Shepherd marine conservation organisation protests outside Excel London as BP held its annual general meeting. Photograph:  Justin Tallis/AFp/Getty images

Angry shareholders mounted an unprecedented protest against BP yesterday, rebelling against a 20 per cent pay rise for chief executive Bob Dudley desp(...)

 Bank of America  building in Chicago: The “living will” plans   are intended to prevent more taxpayer bailouts of big institutions and the kind of chaos sparked by the 2008 collapse of Lehman Brothers. Photograph: Christopher Dilts/Bloomberg

Five big US banks including JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America have been warned by regulators to reform or face harsh sanctions after their plans to (...)

Tesco: its results are out on Wednesday.  Photograph: EPA/WILL OLIVER
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Marks & Spencer: the retailer rose today, extending a rally from yesterday when its results beat forecasts

Global equity markets bounced, paced by a jump in oil prices today, but were still on track for a weekly decline. The Iseq rose as stocks on Wall St(...)

European stock markets rose on Tuesday, as stronger insurance shares offset weaker commodity-linked stocks, which fell in tandem with lower metals and oil prices

European stock markets rose on Tuesday, as stronger insurance shares offset weaker commodity-linked stocks, which fell in tandem with lower metals and(...)