Michael O’Leary of Ryanair: airline advanced 1.7 per cent to €11.75. Photograph: Dave Meehan

European and US shares rebounded after several negative days of trading, amid optimism that Greece will reach a deal with its creditors. In Europe, s(...)

Sainsbury’s revenue continues to decline amid record deflation as food retailers cut prices to keep up with discounters Aldi and Lidl. Photograph:  Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

Supermarket group J Sainsbury predicted a return to outperforming the UK sector after the first improvement in sales volume for more than a year. The (...)

The European Central Bank headquarters in Frankfurt. Futures rose amid investor optimism that a weaker-than-forecast inflation report bolstered the case for the ECB to begin quantitative easing. Photograph: Ralph Orlowski/Reuters

European stocks ended higher despite paring gains in late trading, and futures rose amid investor optimism that a weaker-than-forecast inflation re(...)

UK stocks fell to a one-month low as Tesco led supermarket stocks lower after it issued a profit warning. Photograph: Toby Melville/Reuters

European equities slumped, led by a plunge in Greek stocks after an unexpected decision to bring forward its presidential election. The political g(...)

Dave Lewis, chief executive of the British grocery chain Tesco, said yesterday that he isn’t working on a rights offering to boost the company’s equity base.  shoppers. Photograph: Suzanne Plunkett/Reuters

Yesterday, Dave Lewis, chief executive of the British grocery chain Tesco, said he isn’t working on a rights offering to boost the company’s equity ba(...)

Orange fell 4.1 per cent as Bpifrance sold a stake in the company for €580 million. Photograph: Reuters/Andrea Comas

European stocks fell to the lowest level in more than five weeks after Italy cut its economic-growth forecasts and US manufacturing data missed estim(...)

“Fifty Pence Challenge” poster had been intended to motivate staff but ended up displayed in the window of a Sainsbury’s store in east London.

These are desperate times in the grocery trade. Tesco dominated the news agenda last week as it revealed a shock £250 million black hole in its profit(...)

Banana importer Fyffes surged 2.34 per cent to €1.095 following news it and Chiquita Brands International have agreed new terms for an all-share merger. Photograpr: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Stocks rose yesterday as positive news on the US economy sparked hopes it would lift Europe. Data from Washington’s commerce department showed that U(...)

CRH is to offload its share in a builder merchanting chain in France by the end of this year. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons.

European stocks fell as China’s minister for finance Lou Jiwei dampened speculation his government will boost economic stimulus. Commodities producers(...)

Despite the profit fall Morrisons is paying an interim dividend of 4.03 pence, up 5 per cent and confirmed a commitment to pay a full-year dividend of not less than 13.65 pence

Wm Morrison Supermarkets, Britain’s fourth largest grocer, posted a 51 per cent slump in first-half profit, hurt by its move to cut prices to counter(...)