Europe's stock markets and oil prices rebounded on Thursday after a turbulent few days that wiped trillions off companies' share values.
There was panic on global markets for a second time since the start of the year as China accelerated the depreciation of the yuan. European shares
Worldwide tributes to the victims of the Paris terror attacks extended to Wall Street, where investors saw little long-term economic impact. Shares
European markets on Thursday continued to rally, reflecting the gains on Wall Street, which saw its biggest single day rise for four years on
China’s second devaluation hit the markets. The Yuan sank to a four-year low. The blue-chip FTSE 100 index was down 1.4 percent by the close
European markets have tumbled dramatically spooked by the prospect of a Greek debt default which forced Athens to close its banks to stop a run on