Facebook shares have sunk to fresh lows after early investors were allowed to ditch the stock for the first time since its flotation.
The relative safety of company-issued bonds is being upset by the banks' Libor scandal
The leaders of Germany, France, Italy and Spain gathered in Rome today to seek agreement on ways to pull Europe out of its crippling debt crisis.
G20 communique hints at new approach to helping weaker European economies, report David Usborne in Los Cabos, and Ben Chu
Donations of £250,000 a year will buy you dinner with David Cameron, the Conservative Party co-treasurer Peter Cruddas told undercover reporters in March. He had to resign as soon as his words – which Mr Cameron described as "completely unacceptable" – appeared in The Sunday Times.
While thousands of impoverished people in the crisis-hit countries of Europe have been marching in opposition to more spending cutbacks and austerity measures, rather different scenes will soon be played out in an Athens courtroom.
Tesco Bank is offering a tempting, 5 per cent a year until 2020 in its latest offering.
Negative headlines shouldn't mean investors have to shun the eurozone.
Manchester United's cash reserves fell by £100m in six months, in part to finance an investment in the squad attempting to win the fight for domestic supremacy with Manchester City.
A group of hedge funds is threatening to block a last-ditch attempt to save Greece from defaulting on its huge debt pile, unless they are guaranteed a significant payout.
Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang is leaving the struggling internet company, as it tries to revive its revenue growth and win over disgruntled shareholders under a new leader.
Financiers who bought 'distressed' Greek debt insist on making vast profits from the crisis
Instead of giving children and grandchildren toys, choose a present that will help them out financially. Julian Knight offers a few ideas
Stark warning from OECD deals blow to Osborne on the eve of his crucial speech
Something game-changing but cheap, or even free, is needed in this week's Autumn statement. No pressure then, George. Business will rightly dominate because at the moment the economy is paralysed by fear.
For those nervous about investing their money but unhappy with leaving it to lose value as cash, there is a middle way